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Hingham High School 
Hingham, Massachusetts 

1988 






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SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION 



ASSISTANT 
SUPERINTENDENT 



SUPERINTENDENT 




Robert Novelli 

CURRICULUM 
COORDINATOR 





Charles Vickery 



Lewis Ernst 

As you have already discovered, actions cause consequences. 
Some consequences are intended, others are unintended. I 
hope that your education has given you the wisdom to take cor- 
rect actions and the maturity to accept the consequences of 
those actions. 



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HINGHAM HIGH ADMINISTRATION 

PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT PRINCIPALS 





Robert O'Day 



A smile and a kind word are priceless gifts — to give and to re- 
ceive. 



Richard MacLeod 




Denise Walsh 



To strive is to live. 



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Be the best that you can be, cherish 
everyday of your life and those special 
people who are part of it. Will miss 
you . . . 



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Gerard Bliss 
Art 

Imagine. 




Michael Borek 
Math 



Gordon Bates 
Science 



James Berlenbach 
English 



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Ideas are such funny things; they 
never work unless you do. Con- 
gratulations and Good Luck! 




Paul Cappers 
Chorus 

Dreams: life's melodies. Dis- 
appointments: short dissonances 
toward the harmony of success. 



Jeffrey Browne 
Band 



Carol Dwyer 
Guidance Counselor 



Dennis Clinton 
Physical Education 



Charles Dirk 
Science 

Let each become all that he (or she) is 
capable of being. 



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Ronald Goba 
English Dept. Head 

Self-actualization is the first step 
toward self-transcendence. 



Dorothy Galo 
Math/Science Dept. Head 



Beverly Gilbert 
Teacher Aide 



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Meredith Gordon 
Physical Education 



Joan Grimm 
Nurse 




Nancy Gustafson 
Guidance Counselor 

Congratulations to you, the class of 
1988. Best wishes for the future. 



James Haviland 
English 



Use the mind! 





Virginia Hansell 
Business 

Dare to be great Class of '88! 



Karin Herman 
Teacher Aide 





Karin Hewitt 
Secretary 




John Higgins 
English — Drama 

Excellent! Volunteering by . 



Patricia Harding 
Resource Room Aide 



Stephen Herrmann 
Social Studies 



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"Life is not open notebook.' 



Barbara Johnson 
Teacher Aide 



John Kennedy 
Physical Education 



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William Larson 
Math 




Richard Lawrence 
Industrial Arts Dept. Head 




Claudia Leone 
Math 

"Ooh, ooh, we ah good!" 



Joan Linnehan 
Special Education 



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Gale Nutter 
Home Economics Dept. Head 



Roger McClentic 
Music/Art Dept. Head 

Best wishes for a happy and productive 
life to all members of the Classof 1 988 



Michael Mulry 
Spanish 



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Erin O'Brien 
Business 





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Teresa O'Brien 
Business 




Claire O'Callaghan 
Teacher Aide 



Greta Pennel 
Engiisii 




Steven Olson 
Math 



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Science 






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Agnes Quill 
Business Dept. Head 



Charles Ozug 
English 



Tamara Perelman 
Social Studies 



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Carol Robinson 
Spanish 



Joseph Ryan 
Industrial Arts 

Excellence is always optional 



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Sally Stevens 
Social Studies 



Cynthia Taccini 
Home Economics 



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Cafeteria Staff 




Elizabeth Trubia 
Librarian 
"There is no sailing ship like a 
book." 



Alice Yacobian 
English 

"Do you not know I am a woman? 
When I think, I must speak." 
Shakespeare, lb. [265] 



Alfred Shaw (Head Custodian), Robinson (Maintenance), Una Hersey, John 
Callahan, Ernest Olson, Edward Osis, Beth Priestly, Frank Ward, Roger 
Wheeler, Fred Woodward 



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Senior Class Officers 




D. Giarusso (vice-president), K. White (secretary), K. Manning (president), K. Harkins (treasurer) 




This year we, as seniors, have worked 
very hard to raise funds to meet our var- 
ious "end of the year" costs. We were 
lucky to be allowed to run the concession 
stand for the season's first football game, 
as well as for the homecoming game. 
Throughout the last week of October we 
sold chocolate pumpkin lollipop mes- 
sages. We also sold candy bars during 
the weeks of November 9th and 16th. 
However, the biggest fundraiser so far 
this year was work day in which students 
raked leaves, earning money for the 
class. In order to help pay for the year- 
books, the senior prom, and graduation 
caps and gowns, it was necessary for us 
to continue at the rate we started out at. 
We want to thank you all for constantly 
being there to help in these endeavors. 
Other successes this year included the 
dating service in which we found out who 
our "real soul mates" are, the talent show 
in which we were able to recognize the 
true talents of the students of H.H.S., the 
Class of '88 t-shirts which we will all be 
able to enjoy during our extra longi 
summer vacation this year, and the class 
photos which we will all treasure for years 
to come. Good luck Class of '88, we'll 
miss you!! 



Kathy 



Dave 




Katie 



Kristin 



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Joseph Agostino 

Joe Agostino 
The future's uncertain and the end is 
always near so let's keep on partin and 
have year 



Christopher Amirault 




Tessa Elisabeth Anable 

Nothing great was ever achieved 
without enthusiasm. The reward of a 
thing well done is to have done it. 
Remember: home perms, 
Beast-mobile, ham pizza and 
Weymouth girls. Smith Day, Daytona 
Beach, Steve Morns, the convertible, 
muppet-babies. Court 6, sideline 
games, Newbury Street, Kiwi's, and 
"No bottle opener? Use the fence." 



l\/laryellen Therese 
Anderson 

Mar, Me 
'Til always be a bit restless, I suppose. I 
still have'nt found what I'm looking for 
. . ." Bono, U2, thanks . . . KL, MH, JR, 
Jl, TC, JR, LG, TA. Always remember 
Florida, Virginia, concerts, rm. 212, 
cruising, enough already, That's all, 
Summer 87, Wanna go bowling? 
Thanks Mom and Dad. Your always on 
my mind Pa, Pa, Pa, Ca, Ja. Thanks for 
the memories and Best Wishes Class 
of 88! 



Teri Anderson 

remember: Florida. Haddocks. W. 
Roxbury Any one? breakfast at Bliss's. 
Steakums! Thanks JB PG RD MD SB 
JP JP "Stop the world I wanna get off!" 
Hey, mom, I made it! "I'll always be a 
happy camper!" 





Matthew James Aprea 

Matt 
"The journey of a thousand miles 
begins with one step" " If you don't want 
to swim against the stream sit on a rock 
and wait" Places I'd rather be . . . oh, 
was that due today? Oh baby! WQL 



Julianne Arena 

Julie 
"lhavemyrespectforyou,lwouldn'ttry 
to change the things you do: Give me 
your faith, But let me learn it my way." 
AFS: Friends and Experiences. 
Memories for a lifetime. 



Eduardo Arroyo 

My warm and sincerest wishes of 
happiness for all and especially for 
those that enhanced my stay in the 
U.S. and made it a memorable 
experience. I want to thank my parents 
for giving me a chance like this . . . 
Atte. your always friend EDUARDO 



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Edmund Quincy Baldwin 

Ned, Nedwin, Grace. 
"This is a time to remember. . .foritwill 
not last forever." "Next time you're at a 
fancy restaurant, checl< undertiie table 
for gum. You'll be surprised! Pres. 
,A.F.S. . . . Thats what M.A.S.P.'s for 
... F=ma ... S.M. for dictator . . . 
Sorry Chief. 

A pillow fight. . .Maine. . .11-07Thats 
no sunset, it's a sunrise so here's 
iookin' at you kid. 






Lisa Banl(s 

Banksie 
Whats up? Going Out? Hey Coke Man. 
Let's go skiddin' in the snow. Hey Lizlie 
lets go golfing. Why? It don't work click 
click Mike wake up. U2 from the car. 
Take a trip to Penn. Christmas at the 
beach. What? Stay on the see saw. 
K. Y. — Summer School. The Charger. 
Plug up. (What a trip) Crusin' in the 
kermitmobile. Hi Mom and Dad. I made 
it. I Love ya' Mike. 



Robert Barbuto 



Katherine Elizabeth Beal 

Though it's hard to let you go, in the 
Father's hands .we Know that a 
lifetime's not too long to live as friends 
. . . Special thanks to my friends and 
my family — I love you! The world was 
made round so we could not see too far 
down the road . . . Good luck Class of 
'88! 



James Andrew Bello 

Jim 
"There's so many different worlds, so 
many different suns and we have just 
one world, but we live in different ones" 
Thoughts of SKIING are those thought 
best. Bono and Eddie, (What a Pair!) 
Thanx for the opportunities Mom & 
Dad. Thanx for the times Class of '88! 
Good Luck in the future, and 
remember: "No Guts, No Glory!" 
CHEERS!!! 





James Henry Bishop 

Jim 
Never quit or give up on something. 
Give it a chance! 



William Quinn Bennett 

Bill 
Success is failure inside out, the silver 
tint to the clouds of doubt. And you can 
never tell how close you are, it may be 
near when it seems afar. So stick to 
the fight when you're hardest hit. It's 
when things seem worst that you must 
not quit. THE STREET THE RAMP 
SKATE TO RELATE! 



Dennis Benoit 

I'd rather laugh with the sinners than 
cry with the saints. Only the good die 
young. 



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Nicole R. Bonitto 

Nikki 
'Hey, how's your onion?" LBLB 
ACCCMFLLKMTMCSGSLSKYKY, 
Miss yah all. Brockton Fair "I was 
calling you but . . ." Vineyard 
(abandoned at Party) Bathroom 
Buddies, Good Luck chic Masters! 
Thanks Mom and Dad I love you! Mags 
community tests (Burping), nana nana 
. . Hey Hey hey Good bye! Good luck 
Class of '88! 




Lesley Boretti 

Spent a little time on the mountain 
Spent a little time on the hill Things 
went down we don't understand But I 
think in time we will What? What? Ski 
The shiny bathroom Dead Shows 
Don't laugh too hard now Teddy Bear 
Puff a lumps Soaked and See saws 
Mark the buggy tides Don't forget 
where you parked the car (especially in 
Worcester) The dead fish 7-1 1 Cars 
cind Shoe boxes $2 for gas money 
Bathroom Buddies Chicmaster! 



Brian Bowen 

Dez 
Et non in Arcadia ego. "We walk the 
streets at night/We go where eagles 
dare/Wetraded eyesandfeatures/You 
think they really care? "There is no 
more than what you deny yourself. 
Thanks: Logein, Cind, Bill, Matt, Tom, 
Gar, Ken, Chad, Jon L, KR, Hig, MP, 
Doc, Tyler, Jaim, Big Dan, Ed, Ian, 
Luke, Tim, Big Jaime, Little Jaime, Ski, 
Lloyd, Allie and Jill Borten. Milkmen, 
eipocalypse tomorrow. 



Michael A. Brazis 

We know what happens to people who 
stay in the middle of the road. They get 
run over. 

Low rider, Wear-guard, fourth of July, 
M.N.O., M.S., Multiple chest wounds to 
the head, 4-stitches, Flattop, Mom. 



Matthew Brennan 

"Matty in the Morning" 
I ain't no joke. . . and we outta here . . . 
sex, drugs, rocks & roll one outta three 
ain't bad. I am the golden child . . . 
shweimpkin!!!! In memory "BH" ... 86 
. . . "Otis" my man!! Emelio!!!! Bozo!!! 
Leve! Bakers Hill ... To all the girls I 
loved beiore, who traveled in and out 
my door. . .solongHHS. . .the legend 
lives on!!!! Ubba Dubba Doo!!!! 





Eric Brown 



Julie Briden 

Jubes, Crash 
The world changes in the blink of an 
eye. So keep your eyes open because 
once they're shut anything can 
happen. Good-bye HHS. Hello world of 
reality. Remember: Florida, purple 
palmtrees, squirt, haddocks, Do-Das, 
T-Buckets, anyones, W. Roxburys, 
Dave, all the norr-mas in the world, me. 
Thanks to my patient and supportive 
family and TA. Good Luck to JC, PG, 
SB, RD, JP, MD 



Julie Anne Brooks 

Jules 
Canada, London, Newport, Martha's 
Vineyard, U2, Bahamas, field hockey, 
D-spot, pretty big flea, Sully's Motto, 
the "rafts". The memories made with 
my friends will never be forgotten. I'll 
miss you guys. Love and Thanks Mom 
and Dad. You too Chris and Bill! I love 
you Shaun! 



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Jill S. Buchwalter 

Draw a crazy picture, 

Write a nutty poem, 

Sing a mumble-gumble song. 

Whistle through your comb. 

Do a ioony-goony dance 

'Cross the kitchen floor, 

Put something silly in the 

world 

That ain't been there before 

— Shel Silverstein 




Allison Butler 

The harder the battle the sweeter the 
victory. You can get it if you really want. 
— J. Cliff 

Gunrock Pegging Shower — Party 
Making Videos Boston the boat the 
bench Jack — Pumpkinhead Ku PT 
Harborlight Doomsdays D.C. Paging Is 
it summer yet Kath? 



Kim Elizabeth Butler 

Kimmy Barbie, Debbie 
Memories ... A HOPELESS 
ROMANTIC, GONE WITH THE 
WIND, CHAMPAGNE MANIA, NEW 
YR'S EVE', WOMPATUCK, DRAMA 
AND ROB, MIMOSAS & SNOW- 
STORMS, IN WITH THE OUT 
CROWD, SNOW BUNNIES '86, 
BREAKFAST, CALIFORNIA GIRLS, 
STAY GOLD MN, JC, MP, TS, AH, 
KP, JG, EG 



Sally Ann Byrne 

Sally 
Follow your dreams 
take one step at a time, 
don't settle for less 
just continue to climb. 
Thanks to all my friends! 
Mom, thanks for being there. 



Christine B. Cafferty 

Chris 
"Honestly, I was trying to get the worm" 
. . . "I'd rather be golfing." 'What stop 
sign?" "Hey skidder" Out-to-lunch . . . 
BS, KJ, SF, PR, KY, LB, NB, DJ, AB, 
TM, DS, KM, KP, MS. Friends 4-eva. U 
guys were there to catch my fall, 
literally. "U guys I luv you." Thanx 
Mom! 





Tara Cafferty 

I remember the times that we shared, 
we laughed and we ched, we shared 
our hopes our joys, but how it seems so 
long ago. I hope the future is filled with 
happiness. Good Luck Class of '88! I'll 
never forget Jenn's "Little Red Hat" 
Don't Stop Believin' Thankx 
everybody! 



Joseph P. Calvi 

Joe 
Life is to short to worry and wonder why 
so sit down, hold your cards up and 
bluff. "Some good old boys drinking 
whiskey and rye singing this will be the 
day when I die" 10/10 



Jennifer Campbell 

Jen 
Thanx for all the fun times! I'll miss you 
guys: Patient Jules, Kristin, Jo, Lynda, 
Sara, Derek (fer) — Thanx, Spell, #2, 
Jim — I'll neverfigure you out. Missy — 
you're the best and I love ya! I could't 
have done it without you Mom and Dad. 
Love ya Dave! 



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Christine M. Canavan 

"Chrissytine" 
"If you have a dream, make it come 
true, our "DREAMS" will I promise" KB 
— stairwell, Hammock, Mt. Climbing, 
What do they have in common? Is this 
really LOVE? Now thats a silly 
Question ! JOY Let's go camping again ! 
TANYA — Pepperonis? Ick! Thanx 
Nancy! Mom, you are so cute! DAD — 
still searching 4 the eternal 5 yr old 
daughter! HEY JUDE let's go dancing! 
SMILE EVERY1 ITS OVER! 



Andrea Christine Cappella 

Boo 
Remember, nothing dries faster than a 
tear. Mono-woman Ah Go-mornin' The 
paradox af age: The young want to be 
old, and the old want to be young. I love 
you Steve, Mom, Dad, Kath, PJ, Jim, 
Sm, OC, KB, JN, BN, VD, SA, 
= "Remember who loves you and who 
will always love you!" 6/1-9/2 . . . 
1/16-present 




Lisa Ann Carey 

"Andy" 
"My life has been a Tapestry Of rich 
and royal hue. An everlasting vision, Of 
the ever-changing view. A wonderous 
woven magic, In bits of blue and gold. A 
tapestry to feel and see. Impossible to 
hold" — Carole King 
A smile, a pout, a tear, a laugh A.B.L. E. 
I miss remembering the past. GWTW 
R-S-A-M 



Jen Carling 

Jen 
memories — Coffee at Page's. KB and 
her car. The corner of Whitcomb and 
High St. N.Wey. prom C.H. Pushing 
those?!; Cgj carts in the parking lot C.C. 
Jack throwing things JR No more 
tripping Chaz! A.U. dancing at the JP. 
Remember all those we love and those 
we hate, school's over. See ya! Keep 
smiling KB, AH, CC, DP, LC, JB, and 
CH Love you guy's! 



Rebecca Ann Carnes 

Beckie 
"Rewards should be the product of 
what we do, not the purpose, BEST 
FRIENDS . . . Chats D + P-hM . . . 
Glass houses . . . The Pool . . . 
IRELAND '87 — pay the check? Jo 
need towels? illegal! DREADED 
PRACTICES, horoscopes ... old lady 
drivers Whitney . . . home made 
cookies. . .college weekends. . .First 
Night. . .Can I just tell you something? 
Tollhouse cookie trips . . . Thanks M & 
D 




Christine V. Carney 

I would like to thank the class of '88, 
especially Andrea and Megan, for 
keeping my high school years 
interesting and helping me to grow. 
Football games, AFS meetings, "West 
Side Story", trips to New York, and the 
Summer of '87 are some of the special 
memories which will stay with me 
forever. Good Luck and I'll see you at 
the reunion! 



Peter Carney 

Do your best, and have no regrets. 
Remember yesterday, dream about 
tomorrow, and live for today. Be a 
leader, but only lead toward the best. 
Says the Punsnatsher "he who laughs 
last didn't get the joke". "Whateva" 
S.M. For Dictator. 



Steven Michael Carr 

Steve 

You can't always get what you want, 

but if you try sometime, you just might 

find you get what you need. — The 

Rolling Stones 

Celtics at MK's. . .NC's. . .BLAARP!! 
. . . OCL champs '87 . . . Florida . . . 
The Corner Store. . .FootballatPRv . . 
Homeslice! . . . Spain '86 ... AH's 
mom. . .Honey Buns. . .easy killer. . . 
Se-ri . . . Junior Prom . . . Luftansa, 
Chameleon. 



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Melissa Lydon Carty 

Lis 
"And you know it's time to go through 
the sleet and driving snow across the 
fields of morning to a light that's in the 
distance On borderland we run, and 
still we run, we run and don't look back" 
— U2 Yeah, so, what's your point? 
Many thanks to the moo mobile Mr. 
Personality, Justone bullet The History 
Rap, Cheese and Marshmallows . . . 
Bermuda and London AFS and 
everything else 





Shaun Carvelli 

If you know what life is worth, you will 
look for yours on earth and then you'll 
see the light and stand up foryour right. 
Thanks Mom and Dad. I LOVE YOU 
JULIE! 



John Cassedy 



Celine Charniaux 

I am an AFS student from France Juste 
un petit motpourdire que j'aipasseune 
super annee a Hingham Je me suis fait 
de bons amis mais malheureusement 
ce n'etait que pour un an. 




James Christoforo 




Paul A. Cieslik 

"it's been such a long time. I think I 
should be goin'. Time doesn't wait for 
me, Itkeepsonrollin. . . I gotta' keep on 
chasin' a dream . . . You'll forget about 
me after I've been gone . . . I've gotta' 
keep chasin' that dream or I may never 
find it." BOSTON. GLF. MONO. 
CHOMP-CHOMP. WBA. POKER, 
THNKS "A-B" "GOING TO LIB. " 
"SLPING OUT TON." GD LK DJMPS. 
THNKS M & D 



Christopher Clapp 

Chris 
The lobster was red, the ocean was 
blue, Henry & Joe This BUDS for you 
... — Rainsford, "The beach", 
Roadtrips, The Pits, Cocacola, and a 
few fun trips. — End of Story — 



Erin Clifford 

Erin 
No one ever really knows what the 
future will bring but at least I can look 
back at the past and smile. Thanx Joe!! 
Thanks Mom and Dad. Love you Laurie 
and Rhonda, TS SC JT KC "Heaven in 
your eyes" punch buggy "social" 
piditol. . .Sandy beach, summer of 87 
"here I go again" "American pie" "can't 
we try " 8/3/86 Journey Broncos Kiddo 
"Business" 



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Brian Comer 

EXCELLENCE — can be attained if 
you — CARE — more than others thinl< 
is wise — RISK — more than others 
thinl< is safe — DREAIVI — more than 
others thinl< is practical — EXPECT — 
more than others think is possible. A 
good time was had by all. 
Congratulations class of '88! 




Charles Cordiero 




Siobhan Connolly 

Shiv 
"Thank you for being a friend, we 
traveled down the road and back again. 
My heart is true, youre a pal and a 
confidant." The Kiwi's, WWR, "use the 
fence", "Where are my keys D.R.?" 
Loon, Beast Mobile, A & P stores, 
Kootch friend. The Bulkhead, "Where 
are we? Roxbury?" The Stakeout, JT 
concert. Thanks for everything Trace, 
Moe Heath, Spell, Kim, Joce, Tessa, 
Jenny and Erin^ 



Michael Connors 



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Maureen Alice Costello 

Maureen 
An obstacle is something you see 
when you take your eyes off the goal. 
Field hockey "victories are gold ..." 
Florida in April. Thanks to all my 
FRIENDS for the many MEMORIES! 
Good Luck to the class of 1988 and 
remember: "The only people who 
never fail are those who never try!" 
Thank you Mom and Dad! I love you! 





Jen A. Culbert 

Jen 
"As I pass this way let me do what good 
I can for I shall not pass this way again" 



Linda Marie Cranmer 

Lin 
"Don't look to the past for the past is 
gone. Instead, look only to brighten the 
future." 



Jeff Crawford 

If one advances confidently in the 
direction of his dreams, and endeavors 
to live the life which he has imagined, he 
will meet with a success unexpected in 
common hours. 



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Thomas Cuminskey 



Thomas Czarnota 




Nicole Irene Cummings 

N.I.C. 
A Dog peed on me today, not a good 
sign. So Anyways . . . hiyading the 
wagoon, giggin', forking, I am Pole, illin' 
all summer long, yeah I goto Villanova, 
Newport Folk Fest, Bertha, Buddha, 
D.W., Espana 86, I'm so blonde, nice 
footwear, SOCCER, I FINALLY MADE 
V!, TandE, Reanimator, Basketball 
games, AJ and Ken, JJ's, house in H, 
Penny Candy House, A Smile is a 
curve that sets things straight! BYE! 



Aaron Isaac Cutler 

Chuck 
"I'm on my way, taking my time but I 
don't know where." — Paul Simon, 
Thanks for everything Mom + Dad. I 
Love You. Good Luck to everyone. 
May peace be with you. 



Rosemary Daly 

Rosey 
Best of times are coming. I'll always be 
there for Ya Paula. Thanks everybody. 
I Love my chicken feet!! Jim Morrison 
lives on forever. Hey Dad and Mom 
thanks for everything!! 




Barbara L. Dawe 

Barbi 
Memory is the diary we all carry with us. 



Christopher A. Davies 

Chris 
Life is too short — So believe in 
yourself. 



Lavinia Parke Davis 

Vin 
ALCOA 86', A.F.S., S.A.D.D. "Your 
such a wierdo" Summer 87 "JANES 
getting serious" The way to WIN is to 
make it O.K. to lose! "The S Box" "The 
Muscle Man" If at first you don't 
succeed, you're just about average! 
Thanks and Love to: Mom & Dad, Gill, 
Nan, S.R.W., Jenni, and 'The 
GROUP!!! 



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Christopher R. DeAgazio 

Chris, Gaz 
"Hot Funk, Cold Funk, even if it's old 
junk it's still Rockin' Roll to me" — Billy 
Joel "Is this Worcester??" "Space- 
balls, DA Movie" "When all else fails 
kick it into Love Removal Machine " 




Erin Patricia Delaney 

Erin 
"To dream about who you wish to be is 
to waste who you are." Thanks to 
Chris, Kathy, Jenny, Tracy and 
Siobhan. 




Andrew S. Delano 

Drew 
THE CULT . . . PONTIF WAVE/THE 
ZIT . . . OLDSMOBUICK/A CAUSE 
AHHK! RED, POTATO, & BLUE. 
UTENSILING. . .IMPOSSIBLE?. . .& 
YET IT HAPPENED DEMONDOGS! 
HAMBURGLAR MO! A, 2, C . . . 
VIETNAGEL I KNOW THE WAYS OF 
R.R. . . . THESE GOT Oil. THE 
JETSONS . . . HATHEAD! U2, REM, 
JOHNNY MARR & MARK KING. 
HASTA NUNCA 



Robert M. Delise 

Stud 
"Have you ever had a dream where 
you're standing on a pyramid in sort of 
sun-god robes with a thousand naked 
women around you throwing little 
pickles at you? No . . . Why am I the 
only one who has that dream? — "Real 
Genius " — HURRAH WE ARE ALL 
FREE NOW — 



Derel( James Delmonico 

Derek 
Resolve to be thyself and know that he 
who finds himself loses his misery 





June E. Desmond 

"With all my years in school, I still don't 
understand everything I'm supposed 
to. I don't know do you think its the 
school or . . . me. It doesn't really 
seem to matter, does it? For Nicole, I 
am possssesedl" 



Lynn Devin 

"What you can do is limited only by 
what you can dream." Lean On Me . . . 
Dunkin' Donuts . . . New York . . . 
NDA? . . . Whitney . . . Middlebury — 
FOCUS ... ICE CREAM . . . Fortress 
. . . those glass houses . . . the 
weekend ... the cape . . . horoscopes 
. . . Rose Is Rose ... the sweater on 
New Year's Eve . . . "UH, OH" . . . 
french toast . . . Thank you Mom + 
Dad, Lau, Katie ... I love ya . . . Good 
Luck Everyone!! 



Lynn l\/larie Devlin 

Lynn 
"Never say goodbye" '87/ AxisSD,NM, 
JH, TM/ Love those M's/Kel—D-MEF/ 
The SLimus/percular/ Summer Love 
— SH/ Concrete verb/ Tea Party/ 
Florida bound bag lady/ Lynn 
Quiett???/ WM-I, II, III, IV/P-A-F/ The 
Sth hole/Spuds/VBF/Leeess/Chic/ 
The orange lemon/The knoll/ 
1776/4324/ Control???/ coolness/ 
Lou-Lou/ obsession/ Beastie girl/ 
Beanie/yo chaz/ Love ya — po, LR, BL, 
JH, CH.KL, MF, DP,JR/BON JOVI 



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Joe Dillon 



I never don't know what to do . . . 
Someone always tells me./ Now WTF 
do I do?! Why bother — Hmmn? — 
FTFI Later Much ! Outer here like a herd 
of turtles! 



David DiMarino 

"Except our own thought, There is 
nothing Absolutely in our power!" — 
DESCARTES 




Ellen Carol Donaldson 

"This is not the end. It is not even the 
beginning of the end. But it is perhaps, 
the end ofthe beginning." Saratoga. . . 
Pink Floyd . . . Field Hockey . . . The 
PITS . . . Henry's Beach . . . October 8 
. . . Tree sales . . . Daytona beach . . . 
Jr. Prom Thanks M + D + HADLEY 
FOR EVERYTHING. Good-bye 
everyone thanks for all the great times 
and memories. 



Catherine S. Donovan 

Cathy 
I will always remember the times with 
S.C. and my friends. Disney World, 
"Seaworld", Virginia, Heshey, and 
skiing. 143 S.C. always. Times with 
Eileen, "Mr. Baisden's Geometry class 
our jr. year." The U-2 concert. Thanks 
for driving home. Michelle working at 
Dream Machine, watching movies, 
Brockton fair. "Remember Chocolate 
bon bons." Lots of Luck 



Steven T. Doran 

The waiting is the hardest part. You 
can't always get what you want, but you 
find sometimes you get what you need. 
Thanks to B.H. 86 V.D. C.L. A.K. P.L. 
M.T. 74 Jeep. MIRAGE battle of the 
bands 87" 




Clark N. Doty III 

Van Otis Dong 
All reality is a reality of one AH Good 
Morning BH/86 66 charger to good 
friends MB, HM, KD, SD, CL, SA, 
Thanks for the good times and more to 
come BON JOVI July 29 EM AUG 4 
Hockey 9,10,12, Thanks Mom & Dad 
for your support. If you don't know what 
this means So What! 



Martha Dowiing 

The more you believe in your dreams 
the realertney will seem and the harder 
it will be for you to give up on what you 
believe in. 



Pamela J. Downey 

Pam 
"A smile costs nothing but gives so 
much." Meet me at U — Mass Kristen 
. . . We need to talk . . . Telle House 
cookie . . . First night . . . European . . . 
Martina . . . row boats . . . Movie critics 
. . .Miami. . .Swimming. . .Carribean 
. . . lifeguarding . . . Loon . . . Thanks 
Mom and Dad DWTJPDBMKBM . . . 
Good Luck class of "88" 



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Joseph William Doyle 

Joe 





Hawley T. Du Laurence 

If I could I'd give you my world. Open 
up, everything's waiting for you. — 
FLEETWOOD MAC 




Rhonda Jean Driscoll 

Rhonda 
Thanks to my mom + dad I Love you 
with all my heart. As for my friends, may 
I never forget you, you will always hold 
a beautiful place in my heart. As I may 
long for the future, I will always 
remember the past. To the summer of 
87 — nights at Sandy — Mic 
bottles, and you only live once. 
Success to everyone Rhond. 



Kerri Lynn Duffy 

Kerri 
Mother chicken. Sears, Grave yard 
Feb. 6, 1987, It's like a story, Mraugh 
. . . your zood, evil, intense, 
skully,zyton, mobile, Ropeswing, Big 
Ed, Marsh Feelings Hey your special, 
D.H., J.N., CL, CH, CT, ED, SH, 
Remember: Nobody luvs ya like your 
motha! 1 43 MD, FD, D.H. M, 5, 6 C-ya 



Zerrin Erkal 

I'm an AFS student from Turkish 
Cyprus. I'm very happy to be here in 
Hingham. I want to thank everyone 
who helped me here. I play piano. I'm 
friendly and helpful. I like the 
skyscrapers, the leaves of the trees, 
and foods. Some of the kids are very 
friendly. 





Mykel Pierce Evans 

Myke, Puppy,Spike, Mongoose, Quido 
Thanx Dad, Pat, Matty, and Chris. 
Nina, Thanx for being who you are. You 
might of heard I run with a dangerous 
crowd! We ain't too pretty, we ain't too 
proud! We might be laughin' abit loud, 
but that never hurt no one. Only the 
good die young. Ciao Hingham! This 
place may have won the battle, but I've 
already taken the war! Susy, thanx for 
being sweet. Gail — remember who I 
am. 



Robert Fahie 

Krewsh 
"If the world started with nothing and 
now there is something then this is the 
end" It went so fast, thanks MOM and 
DAD. Future goals hope to attend 
U-Mass Amherst. THANKS TF, JB, JH 
Hockey Rules and James Dean Lives. 
Good Luck everybody. BYE! 



Robert Edward Falvey 

FALV 
To All The Friends I Have Made — 
Thanks Alot — 

KIM GRATTA thanks for all the great 
memories and for all the ones to come. 
KG, JD, HH, CC, HP, JG,LG, KW, SC, 
ED, DG, JC, JR, JG, MZ, MB. 



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Ann Marie Farrell 

Anna 
Far away in the sunshine are my 
highest aspirations. I may not reach 
them, but I can look up and see their 
beauty, believe in them, and try to 
follow where they lead. PARTY 
MOBILE gno THIS IS HIGH SCHOOL! 
3rd team JUST SAY NO?! ratio 
SMART FOOD U2 spain 86 FOR 
KING should've LETS BE CATTY 
basura PUSHY kitchen table talks 
ETHNIC jill and MAKE IT UP AS YOU 
GO ALONG 





Don Farrell 



Daniel Steven Fernald 

Danny 
Lately, It occurs to me. 
What a long. 
Strange trip It's been. 

— Truckin' 



Melinda Elizabeth Field 

Mln, Mel 
Keep me as the apple of your eye Hide 
meinthe shadow of yourwing From the 
wicked who assail me From my mortal 
enemies, who surround me — Steve 
Simmons Son Village, Retreats, 
Kel-(D) — Mef! Mr. B. — Thanks! ST, 
KL, DP, LD— Love YaD Per. Study Oh 
no It's coming If it only knew "The 
language of loves" Lynn got any food 
1 -4-3, 3-3! Thanks MOM + DAD (Dan 
-I- Distractions) 




Donna Marie Finn 

There are places I'll remember. All my 
life though some have changed. Some 
forever not for better, some have gone 
and some remain. All these places had 
their moments, with certain fhends that 
I can recall, some are dead and some 
are living, In my life I've loved them all. 

The Beatles 




Sean Flanagan 

PLANA 
Behind many acts that are thought 
ridiculous there lie wise and weighty 
motives. 



Todd Andrew Fithian 

Todd 
"What a long strange trip it has been." 
Snowbird "86" Loon Mt. 'Bumpin and 
Jumpin" Hockey States "86", "87" 
better luck next time. Thanks Mom and 
Dad. Thanks Jen I love You 2/12/86 
Good-bye to the Class of "88 Good 
Luck to all my friends, see you later, 
everybody HANG LOOSE 



Victoria J. Flaherty 

Vicky, Vic 
"Things may come to those who wait 
but only the things left by those who 
hustle." "Don't wait for your ship to 
come in, swim out to it!" Good Luck SB, 
JH, RD, MD, OB, PG, DJ, CC, JM, DOC 
and the Class of '88. Love and thanks 
Mom and Dad. 



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Sherry Ford 



Todd Frabotta 

"I want, by understanding myself, to 
understand others. I want to be all that I 
am capable of becoming . . ." 

Mansfield 



Mary Fragakis 

Maria 
It is good for someone not to know two 
countries. Their soul there. Their body 
here. GREECE LUV YA! THANKS 
MOM & DAD! If love is beautiful, then 
why am I crying? The wounds you've 
caused, leave me dying you left me 
once & then again. But the love in my 
heart keeps me trying! MC CN CF PK 
RNMFLSCPVCCNJNTPJPNRCK 
EMLMMBJAACMVBBDBJCMCLB 
LB DG JS JT KK YK AE MAJOR: 
ACCOUNTING 



Scott D. Freedman 

Bi Bu HBi — Clueies: thanks foe the 
memories: Lisa G: Ra-ra-r: e & and 
exuberant cheerleaders: John M & 
Lisa M. hot red Cars: Blue tanks Tin 
Cans and Brown Wagons, A 
personality for each. Don't forget 
Babbit Mobile PC, NB, BP, JM, & Me, 
Halloween Night, Blinky Red Lights so: 
Matching sox things were meant to be 
Mary Jo: Dont Fred, You'll fit, I'll Drive 
Be different, Act Normal, Bye SF 





marc 

share 
No — I've never liked it here, i'm left 
with a bitter taste and sightless eyes 
... but I've seen past these barbed 
wire fences and concrete walls — and 
i think there's beauty outside — for 
nonconformity the world whips you 
with displeasure — just shut your 
mouth — how can you say i go about 
things the wrong way? i am human & i 
need to be loved just like everybody 
else does 



Andy Fulton 



Joceiyn Ann Gabriele 

Jos. 
We finally made it! Thank to: Ali, JO, 
Jacks,HP, DG, Shiv, KG, RF, MB, 
Butthead,LD AT, Mom and Dad. 
LAX-70, Ten 86088, Maine 86-87 
YALE, Cape Cod (DS)-87 ESPAN A '87 
10/17/87, OH WHAT A NIGHT! S.C. 
87-88 11/4-1 1/1 5 '87— Hopefully! Oh, 
and of course, all the great times at 
Allison's house. I'll miss you all and 
thanks,! really did have the time of my 
life! 



Melissa Ann Gannon 

Melis 
G.N.O. GOOD Ratio — Let's Go Bus 
Boat Partymobile Smartfood Plan C 
WN? Forking Predictions The Pancho 
Twins — Queer but Funny CAB INXS 
This is high school! Let's be catty J. P. 
Yoo-hoo Nightmare on South Street 
Should've chip on your shoulder 



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Andrea Elizabeth Gardner 

Andi 
"Hold on loosely but don't let go If you 
cling too tightly you're gonna lose 
control. . .Laugh instead of cry — Kris, 
Quebec, When it rains it pours. Rabbit! 
Rabbit!, The month of March, Keep 
smiling — it only gets better!! 






Erin Garrison 

We were talking — about the space 
between us all And the people — who 
hide themselves behind a wall of 
illusion. We were talking — about the 
love that's gone so cold and the people, 
who gain the world and lose their soul 
— they don't know — they can't see — 
Are you one of them? when you have 
seen beyond yourself, then you may 
find, peace of mind, is waiting there — 



Wade C. Garrison 

If one advances confidently in the 
direction of his dreams and endeavors 
to live, the life which he has imagined,, 
then he will meet with success. — 
THOUREAU — "Ifitweren'tforthelast 
minute, nothing would ever get done" 
THANKS MOM and DAD and family— 
for helping me and supporting me in all 
that I do. I love you all. M.S., B.B., G.S., 
G.M., J.F., Thanx 



Paula M. Garvin 

Huggies 
Surprises come in the Year "88", 
Especially April "88"! I couldn't do it 
without you Rosemary, MH, MR, SB, 
LB, SD, BC, And Everyone else. I'll 
always love you David! Thanks MOM 
and DAD You made it happen!! 



Lisa Gervasi 

Li, Lis, Lit, Gidigit, 
"People say these are the BEST OF 
TIMES I do believe it's true"; The 
original 6: A.E.E.D.P.; conferences; 
Hugs; MANY tears; change; coping; 
M.A.S.P.; SDF— thanks I learned alot 
"when you love somebody set them 
free" — 8/11/87 — Picking up the 
pieces — BP — "The time of my life" 
Thanks Gang keep smilin'. . .Crying is 
still the BEST remedy! 





John C. Gilbert 

Gil 
There is only one success: to live life 
your own way. 



David Charles Giarrusso 

"He who does not hope to win has 
already lost. For winning is not a 
sometime thing. You don't win 
once-in-awhile. You don't do things 
right once-in-awhile. You do them right 
all the time." 

HINGHAM HARBORMEN 



Jennifer Noel Gibson 

"Jenni" 
MOM — I made it! To my family. Thank 
you all, M & D, K, K, D & M. for your 
support you have given me through the 
years! I will never forget it! Thank you 
Dave for making me so incredibly 
happy! Here's to many more happy 
years with you! I love you!! Good Luck 
to my f hends of the Class of 1 988, may 
you get what you strive for! 



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David Giordani 

"Here I go Again" To SP, DD, HP and 
especially to AW and to all the "Pitts" 
parties Because U Deserve What 
Every Individual Should Enjoy 
Regularly, and all I have left to say "Its 
Betterto Burn Out Then Fade Away" — 
Neil Young 




Heather Goldsmith 

To gain knowledge we must 
experience and we all have. We've all 
grown and now we'll all be traveling our 
own roads to happiness some of us will 
succeed and some will fail but all of us 
will have memories, treasured 
memories that will give us happiness 
and joy just to have been a part of 
Hingham's^ class of 1988. 
Congratulations everyone! 



Kristen E. Gould 

Kristen 
The days fade to minutes, memories 
fade away. Tomorrow see the things 
that never come today. Winter Track, 
lacrosse. Senior Prom '87, Summer 
'87 — Neil Young — Heart of Gold. 
Thanks M & D. Cape Bound again . . . 



Kimberly Anne Gratta 

Kim 
Bon Jovi Joe — Thank you guys for 
everything I had a great time and I'll 
never forget any of you! Katie, Heath, 
Joe smell, Shiv, Lori and my little sister 
Lynne I love you all! Thanks Mom and 
Dad. Rob thank you for everything — I 
love you. KG + RF Never forget the 
times. 




Gretchen Gratto 



Sloane Risa Green 

Bonehead 
"Tworoadsdivergedinawood.andl — 
I took the one less traveled by, /And that 
has made all the difference." (Robert 
Frost) Don't be the person others want 
you to be. Be yourself and be proud. 
Thanks Mum, Seth, and Lesley for all 
your help, support, and 
encouragement when I needed it. 
Israel '87 Nir Am, Achziv, Jerusalem, 
Tel Aviv. "Are you sick?" Luv ya, LD RL 
JH HS ES 




Pamela Jane Granville 

Pam 
With the help of a friend and a little bit of 
confidence in yourself, you can 
achieve anything. Remember: partiers 
at my house, Playing hockey with 
sucrets, F period study, the (bad) good 
times, and friendships! thanks to: R.Z., 
JB, RD, TA, SB, BE, and my mom for 
making my senior year the greatest. 
Keep on smiling!! 




Steve Gregoire 

Peter, Chris, Matt A, Blair, Dave, Sean, 
Scott, Matt M, Ned, Fred, Bonnie, 
Cheryl, Barry, JJ, Vin, Steve M, Lisa, 
Kim, Sloan, Phillipe, Missy, Tyler, 
Brian M, Marc, MJ, Judy, Heather, 
Ethan, Kirk, Jack, Photon, Harvard, 
Adam, Milk n' Cookies, Niel, Vanz, 
Spiders from Mars, (The Octopus), 
John, Lisa, Boston, Morrissey, Peter 
G, Philadelphia, Rams, Laurie A,- 
Jesse, 125, Julie 



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Tyler Kermit Gulden 

T-Bone 
"Life is frosted on the inside toasted on 
the outside" Doc, Shades, Harry, 
Rams, K.H. 3 AM, Fall Musical, 
Madison, Lurleen, TD, C. Newport 
Jazz, Head Wrelkers, Sat night 
kitchen; Doc, NYC trip, Ben, Higgle, 
Luthercize, MILK, Brigit, L.N., John L. 
aka Evon, Chadwick aka George, 
N.C., N.M., B.L., J2000, SAAB 
Turbooo, Frigonometry, AA CK PH 
TT!? ZONTAR Thanks — John Lap. 
Mom, Dad, Chase, Tuftssip w/ Keith 





Susan Hackett 

Sue 
Our memories of yesterday will last a 
lifetime. We'll take the best, forget the 
rest, and someday we'll find these are 
the bet of times. Thanks Mom and Dad. 



Robert Hagerty 

Bob ^ ^ 
'I did the best I could with what I had" 



Jeffrey Haley 

Jeff 
Time is runnin' out 
Here it tickin' away 
No reason to delay 
Break the chains that hold 
You down my friend — Triumph 
I don't know where I'm going 
But, I sure know where I've been 
Hanging on the promises 
In the songs of yesterday — 
Whitesnake 
Hope I die before I get old — The Who 




Jennifer Anne Haley 

Jenn 
Believe in your dreams and your 
dreams can become a reality. Thanks 
Befri, T.A.I, Mom & Dad, friends for 
everything. Kris Remember Plainville? 
Don't stop believing. 





Ross Frederick Hall 

Fred 
The world is too much with us; late and 
soon. Getting & spending, we lay waste 
our powers. Little we see in nature that 
is ours; We have given our hearts 
away, a sordid boon!: WW. Living in a 
world of make-believe, I can hide 
behind what is real: RJD. One of these 
days I'm going to cut you into little 
pieces: PF. Eno — Gabriel — Bush — 
ANCP — Plimouth. Thanx — MAD. 



Jonathan Hannan 



Elizabeth Megan Hanrahan 

Meegz, MeMe, bitch 
It's that Tate thing! In her boy cruzen 
mobil! Partying at the pits! Hank, catch 
any fish lately, ones that didn't get 
away? Marty and Chris stay together. 
Congratulations Paula! Louisiana, 
South Shore Hospital. Thanx Sharon, 
Sue, Corky, Joanie, Paula, and Jenno. 
thanks Mum and Dad. Octobers, 1 987 
Amber. 



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Carolyn Renee Hans 

Carolyn 
Mom thanks for everything, U2 
concert!! Thanks to all my friends, 
we've finally made it!! "I still haven't 
found what I'm looking for" — U2, Don't 
give up, you'll find it. Art is my life! 





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Glenn Nelson Happ 

Glenn 
I have only just begun to produce the 
memories which will last me forever. . . 
"How high I aim. 
How much I see. 
How far I reach 
Depends on me." 




Kristin Marie Harkins 

Kris 
"Take your time, think a lot, think about 
all you got, for you'll be here tomorrow, 
but your dreams may not" . . . Thanks: 
Sharon (Tater tot), Kim (the travelers), 
K.D. (The All-nighter), L.B., Bobert, 
Wam, Billy (Dexter & UGG), M.M. 
(Cape House) and Mom & Dad! Good 
Luck girl's soccer! L.I.O.C. Andi! 
UMASS together Pammy! Good Luck 
Steve (Y.L.)! buddies H.B.K.! 
"Bullwinkle", THE JR PROM P.H.H. 
"88" 



Kirsten Marie Heap 

"For everything you are, there must 
have been a dream of being better than 
the best. Nothing more and nothing 
less. For everything you are, for wishes 
made on stars . . . You had to take a 
chance of throwing caution to the wind , 
Who knew if you'd lose or win, For this 
is everything you are." Good Luck 
Class of '88! Have fun! 






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Brian Herman 

Now that I have finished high school, 
my education will begin. 



Monica Ann Higgins 

Mon 
Thanks Mom and Dad, you've always 
been there. Remember Wash. D.C., 
N.Y., Fla., 9th grade prom, . . .the best! 
"I had the time of my life and I owe it all 
toyou."M.A.,T.C.,J.I.,K.L.,J.R.,"This 
is love" Remember long walks on the 
beach. First time for everything! My 
hope is to be successful, I wish you all 
the same. Dental Hygienist 



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Megan Taylor Hewlett 

Meg 
". . . And so become yourself because 
the past is just a goodbye." — SS. 
Thanks to my family for being there 
when I needed them most. And thank 
you to all my friends for the great 
memories! Macys, JW, CSD, D period 
study weekends on the vineyard, night 
skiing, N.Y.C. 87-88, Japan 87, 
Bermuda bound 88, Good Luck class 
of 88! 







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Amy Hutchinson 

Nothing can bring you peace but the 
triumph of principles. 
For what avail the plow or sail' Our land 
or life, if freedom fail? 

— Emerson 



Christopher Thomas Hyde 

Chris 
Take it easy everybody! Good Luck 
with your careers! Look out for #1 and 
milk life for all its worth. 



Janalee Ingrassia 

"J" "LeeLee" 
"Whatamlsupposedtodo/Justtellme 
what am I supposed to say /I can't 
change the world in me." — U2 
Younglife Saranac 86 Colorado 87. 
Special Thanks S. P.O.Good Luck R.C. 
and B.C. How's the weather? . . . "The 
Fly" Hell-lo! Thanks Campaigner Crew 
Are we having fun yet? . . . See ya MA, 
KL, TC, MH, JR, LG, DJ, JM, CS . . . 
Good Luck Class of 88!!! 




Brian James 

The time for dreams have ended, it is 
now time to face reality and make your 
dreams work, what you do now is done 
for you and wil I affect you f rom now u nti I 
the day you are laid to rest. God Bless 
you and may your successful dreams 
come true. Thank you to although who 
made this possible. 




Kevin Jenkins 

No Problem! 



Sara Ellen Johnson 

Sara, Ferret 
Morning brings another sun tomorrow 
see the things that never come today. 
7-31-85 Brocolli + cheese soup. Big 
circle! World send. Flame de blu! 
Thanks PK, LS, MS, JC, SH, MK, KS, 
CS, JB, PC Ferret 



Kristin Jones 

Kris 
If the sun refused to shine I would still 
be loving you. If the mountains crumble 
to the sea there would still be you and 
me. LED ZEP I Love you forever Mark. 
"You can have everything you want but 
you better not take it from me. " My ship 
of fools: Sher, Chris, Tom, Kel, Pam, 
Dave and M + D. "If wishes were 
horse. Dreams would ride. ' JBA 
Remember Plainville Jen? YABA 



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Philippe Joublin 

Flip 
"THE AIRPLANE, THE ATOMIC 
BOMB AND THE ZIPPER HAVE 
CURED ME OF ANY TENDENCY TO 
STATE THAT A THING CANT BE 
DONE." "THE GREATEST MISTAKE 
YOU CAN MAKE IS TO BE 
CONTINUALLY FEARING THAT 
YOU'LL MAKE ONE. " 
"REVER C'EST LE BONHEUR 
ATTENDRE C'EST LA VIE. " 






Katharine Ann Kababilc 

Kathy 
"Our opinions of others depend less 
upon what we see in them than what 
they make us see in ourselves." SEX 
TIP OF THE DAY circumstances suck 
U2 GNO God, I love this Place. DIET 
WASTING GAS!! There's a little bit of 
truth in everything you say. THANX 
EVERYONE! Thanks Mom and Dad. 



Melissa Suzanne Kay 

Missy 
. . . "Gasping at glimpses of gentle 
true Spirits, he runs wishing he could 
fly, only to trip at the sound of Good- 
bye .. . " CSN Rem. Spain 87, U2 
Madrid Plaid rap a round, Hawley's 
porch parties, midnight Tea Party, 
Kiwi's Button down Jersey's, The 
laugh Thanx, HD, DM, JM^', AC, BO, 
JB, ST, KW, BC, CS, Thank- You for 
being there Hawl + Darb + Jill, Bye 
Steve O., IL Y M + D + my sis Kris! 



Myla Kelley 

EGG ROLL CITY, BABY! MK "HE DID 
A RAMBO ON ME" KC. WALLY 4ever 
5/4 MILY. GD LIVES! NICE BOOTS 
MARK! "PRETTY SICK. " YOULL 
NEVER CATCH UP W/ME. EEEK . . . 
SHELL NEVER KNOW 207. THAT 
WAS THEN THIS IS NOW JG? JUST 
WALK AWAY LIKE A MOVIE STAR. 
814 PABLO PICASSO WAS NEVER 
CALLED AN AH! SPARKY & NANC! 
IT'L NEVER BE THE SAME PB! ITS 
JUST TIME! DAD MOM KK AND 
SUSHI U R THE BEST!!! - 




Raeann Kentel 

Rae, Raeann 
See ya later! I'm out of here. It's about 
time. Thanks Cheryl, Stef, Dad, Mom, 
June, Dan, Michelle, Gretchen, Dotti, 
Mary, Marylou and everybody else. 
Life is to cool to waste it. Bye! 



Jeffrey Keyes 



Matthew Patrick Kearney 

Bernie 
Sipping a screwdriver. Captain E 
boards the Millenium Fairmont with the 
old Alter (HA!)! Setting out to scoop or 
spill, he stops only to fork Spain in 86 
Wham! E crashes the Fairmont! 
Uninjured, E is now Blazin with Ernie 
and Bernie. He continues to bowl, play 
poker, and live on the Edge! That was 
High School Rats! No more summer 
reading or HHS Presorted First Class 
Mail 




Gerard John Kiley 

Isn't it nice to think that something 
we've done will be rememberecT 
Something we've done becomes part 
of people lives. Their memories, and 
hopes. But if it all ends tomorrow. 
We've had agood rid. We've seen what 
it's like. — If theres a will thers a way — 
Loon 86-88 Tuck-runs, Snowbird 86' 
— Thank you mom — Goodbye my 
friends — Business, money, 
Happiness 



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Sandra Lynn King 

GOOD RATIO, PTY MOBILE, illin' in 
the SAAB, smart food, C'mon BABE, 
NO GNO, STATE CHAMPS, FUZZY 
DUCK, WE'RE OUTTA HERE, CAB, 
FORKING, PLAN C, SCOOP, 
STEFAN, HAPPY MOO YEAR, 
Brigham's, BK, w.n.?, predictions, Na 
Na No, MORNING JOGS, Yeah she's 
definitely having a party!, NIGHT IN 
THE CLOSET, J.J., INXS, DESIGNER 
CLASSIC, LOW BUDGET S.V.H., 
NIGHTMARE ON SOUTH STREET 
THIS WAS HIGH SCHOOL! 






Christine Angela Klay 

Chhs, Chrissy 
"After silence that which comes 
nearest to expressing the 
inexpressible is music." A. Huxley 
SWE. SYMS (Tristen!), bandies!, 
Tanya — Horns Up! Thanks Mr. 
Browne + Sindelar-Lady! Memories 
last a lifetime, thank you all for so many 
greatones. THANKS MOM + DAD— I 
LOVE YOU! 



Andria L. Kletjian 

Andria 
This is the time to remember Cause it 
will not last forever These are the days 
To hold on to Cause we won't Although 
we want to" Billy Joel 



Kristina A. Kovatch 

"Best trust the happy moments. What 
they gave Makes man less Fearful of 
the certain grave. And gives his work 
compassion and new eyes. The days 
that make us happy make us wise." 



Peter Alan Kuperstein 

Kup 
"Hello you /Hello me /Hello people 
we've used to be. Isn't it strange we've 
never changed we've been through it 
all /yet we're still the same. And for all 
we know /we may still have a way to go. 
Look at me /Look at you /you say we've 
got nothing left to prove. The king is 
dead Rock is gone /you might be 
through/Butrvejustbegun."WB-A. . . 
WPG . . . GMOK . . . ALF 




James William Lavin 

Billy 
A.K.A. George . . . She hit me! . . . 
don't remember . . . Kehoe's . . 
"Bullwinkle" . . . P.H.H. '88 (part II) 



Rebecca W. Lambert 

To live your life in your own way, to 
reach for the goals you have set for 
yourself, to be the you that you want to 
be . . . That is success. 



James Langill 



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Sean Leahy 

"You don't always have to have the 
lead if you have the heart to come from 
behind." CC "85-87" Thanks for 
everything Mr. Ryan "Let's get things 
rolling Steve." "You're right Matt" CC 
camp Summer '87 




Jennifer Leibfarth 

Fenny 
Love ya Chris, Seh, Miss. N.H. '87; 
Donnama, D.S.S.; D. Park; Hello??; 
moonlighting; "is your husband dead 
yet?" 




Laurie Ann Lennon 

Rich experiences lead to rich 
memories and in the end, memories 
are all we have left. Summer of 87, 
Sandy Beach and Mic bottles. To my 
friends: You'll always hold a special 
place in my memories and in my heart. I 
love you all. Mom and Dad I love you. 
Keep smiling class of 88! 



Paul Levenson 

This is the famous Leve here. We know 
of no other Leve witch costs so much to 
brew + age. Our exclusive 
Beechwood aging produces a 
smoothness a cool and a likability that 
no other leve can produce at any price. 
"Because U deserve what every 
individual should enjoy regulary. Even 
the blind men know when the sun 
shines." "The Dude" " I am the walrous. 
I am the egg man co, co cachoo! 
Football 88' (YAZ) It was just a walk in 
the park. 



Jennifer Beth Lewis 

Jen 
"Life is sometimes unfair." JML 




Kathleen Elizabeth Libby 

Kath, K, Lib 
"these are the times to remember 
because the will not last forever. These 
are the days to hold on to, because we 
won't. Although we'll want to." B.J. 
"Are we having fun yet?" Thanks for 
the memories MA, JR, TC, JT, MH, CR, 
MF, DP, LD AND JM. always 
remember: N.Y. city, Florida, KEL (D) 
MEF, and "THE FLY" Thanks mom 
and dad RTC and Mil Best wishes class 
of '88 



Timothy R. Linscott 

Tim 
What the ?#$&! am I going to write All I 
think about is my what? What's Wrong 
with my truck. Football! Bandies Unite! 
Whats up? Not much. 



Adam Linskey 

You, me, you also, you too . . . Bono's 
sounds got Through the air and brings 
words of peace to hear you three, u4 
and more??? No, no . . . only U2 can 
Know the score May 2, 1987 7:30 PM 
Worcester Centrum 



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Elizabeth Jane Livingston 

Beth, Buff, Bennie, Livingstoned 
This is the time to remember, cause it 
will not last forever 8? All at once? It 
was a too a h and t party, little guys, 
pork, d. C.A.D. Rooney! Oh! But lees, 
we have a male sense of humor Lynn, 
got any food? Thanx Kerry, Patty, 
Lynn, Lees, Chrissy, Chuc K, D.J. 
There is no party at Cranberry lane 






Lisa Anne Loiacono 

Good luck to all my friends L. W. you've 
been the best — the times we've 
had!!!!!! Friendship is something that 
grows over time — some will never 
respect that. Dead shows. Cape 
parties. Smurfo's playhouse Myla 
never forget the big "T" W. A. — keep in 
touch Vinnie — love you Mom and Dad 
LUV U BOTH SO MUCH!! 



Joanne Marie Long 

Joanne 
"Don't walk in front of me, I may not 
follow, don't walk behind me, I may not 
lead. Just walk besides me and be my 
friend" I know nothing stays the same 
. . . Thanks Christine I Decided. You 
know El Trella . . . Hello McFly, 2 for 
flinching, Durty Nellys Ireland, Beckie 
Brothers!! Bullwinkel, Thumper Duckie 
fuzz Left/Right? Q = ness Illegal 
Thanks mom and dad. . . 



Michael W. Long 

Mike 
Please excuse me while I kiss the sky" 
(Jimi Hendrix, Purple Haze) If you 
follow the flock you may step in 

%63#%&. 



Katherine Mary Loud 

Kathy 
When all else fails go ahead and 
laugh. I love you too! Hey ... Do I 
Know? So that was High School. 





Marc Lyons. 

"Life can be a pretty harsh deal 
sometimes you get the elevator 
sometimes you get the shaft. " 



Scott Lucca 



Kevin Peter Lynch 

Lynchie 
"It is a mistake to try to look too far 
ahead. The chain of destiny can only be 
grasped one link at a time." 
Football/Lax "Honest Mom, I was at 
Dave's house with John and then we 
went to the movies. " 46 No Hobarts 
Please Chinstrap Blues MNO Low 
rider A.L.F. Thanks mom. 



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Henry Macchio 

"Hank" / "Hanky Poo" 
Move in, Jr. year ... 4 Wheelin "the 
White Ghost", Never dies, Thanxs to 
F.T., M.F., D.R., C.S., V.D., and good 
ole IVIr. Browne, To Dave and Chris, 
Budweiser Brothers, . . . Remember 
Dave the weekend at the house, also 
don't forget "Jazz" and those football 
game. Oh Yea, remember everybody 
"Don't walk on the 4$#%!!?# Track. 
Thanxs to Scott Kelly For all the 
support, listen Bud, we've been friends 
since 1974, It will never end. 





Tracy Mackenzie 

I love You Matt!!!!! Hey Bob, Joe, Dave, 
Tony, Jim, and John I miss you guys. 
Thanks Mom! Love ya Lori! 



Paricia A. MacDonald 

"Patty" 
The good times are the best times The 
bad times will fade away ... But I'll 
always get by with a little help from my 
friends Thanx mom, I love you XOxO 



Adam MacKay 




Kelley A. MacPhaden 

Kelley,Kell 
BCN Fireworks, Daytona, DEAD show 
"87" Canoeing adventure, "b.b"ing 
lost on expert trails, Oct. 25, 1986, 
MDC, Aerosmith "86", Wedgie, the 
pats game, "Dig the Do" Groovy, Love 
ya KM, KY, TM, KW, KP, LB and 
everybody on Danbury But especially 
the man 143 Kenny your the best. 





Chris Maescher 

Mush 
Happy are those who dream dreams 
and are ready to pay the price for them 
"If you don't know the answer time 
passes but you don't." The Captain 
Morgans crew. Thanxs for all the good 
memories! Doc, Harry, Mic, 
Eggy, Tyler, and rams, and Shades 
Also thanks to mom and Dad. I 
probably could have made it without 
you but you helped me a great deal. I 
Love You! 



Jennifer Mahoney 



Kathleen Ann Manning 

Kathy 
Real people are never ugly, except to 
those who don't understand. — MW 
Polly Rocks, doomsdays, F.F. Puerto 
Rico, go-to-bed-head saltshakers. the 
boat. China-men, but how did it break? 
ham pizza, the bench, Spain 87, out on 
the roof, Yeah Al, it's finally summer 



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Kristina Marini 

Tina 
"Try everything in life once and the fun 
thingstwice!" Friends Forever: KY.KY, 
KM, GS, CR, NM, Chickmasters, 
B.B-ing, July 4, 1987, Kevin's white 
jacket, Curt's truck, P-town, Daytona, 
the Kai, 70 miles away, New Year's Eve 
87, Get the hell outa here!, the classic 
getaway, Aerosmith 86, Community 
Quizzes, Let it snow!, Hit the Bricks, 
Groovy . . . 




Melissa A. Mayo 

Madison Corey, Missi, Maddy, Missa 
"I'm finished just give yourself a hand" 
Spring Break in Tunisia Brat Pack Its so 
true Drama Club Tailgating AFW Call 
To. Craig T. Demi Moore DC Charlie 
Sheen A Wedding? Tom & Mimi? I'm 
thinking Christina Myla Molly Mr. Finns 
TriviaWearestyle III be flying Itsso true 
Take the bread and do it round. Thanks 
H16. 



Tanya Markowicz 

"T", "RG" 
"I'd rather sit on a pumpkin and have it 
all to myself than to be crowded on a 
velvet cushion "The Cult #1 Mark, 
Always in my dreams forever in my 
mind 2-14-87 What r u spitting at? 
Jules, blender? D & D! Camping '87! 
Jeffreez horrified — ya Big Jerk 
Christine, Pepperonis!! Joyus! WS 
Matt u ladykiller! Chris 1 23 & 4! Doug's 
apt! Lisa, what tape now? Thanx Mum, 
J,S! "It's been fun??? 



Geoffrey Martel 



John L. Mattos, Jr. 

John, J-J,John-John 
Myhairisn'tthatblond!. . .Right-0!. . . 
Yes, I drive a tomato ... I'm not fickle, 
just selective ... I didn't Michelangelo 
ditpools!. . .Huggable what on board? 
. . . Genesis! . . . Tennis . . . Basic! . . . 
bi-buhbi-buhbi!. Pedaci To Lives! . . . 
Rocky Horror! . . . The Eagles! . . . 
intelligent insults. . .star trek will never 
die! ... Six plus four is not ten! Joke's 
over virgins. Clueless. 




Brian McCabe 

"What is music to you? What would you 
be without music? Music is everything. 
Nature is music, Cicadas in the tropical 
night. The sea is music, the wind is 
music,the rain drumming on the roof, 
and the storm raging in the sky are 
music. Music is the oldest entity. The 
scope of music is immense and infinite, 
it is the 'esperanto of the world'." — 
Duke Ellington — 



Christine Marie McCarthy 

Christine 
"Take care of Today and Tomorrow will 
take care of itself." ... but I'm willing to 
play the game /Gstudy; yellow lights, 
the wagon! BOSTON/directions/ Papa 
Ginos — Joanne get a clue. KL — 
Shmoo Killer; w/-D, P,J-vroom! 
THANKS JOANNE — huspital! MS, JL 
Ground Round. Fuzzie Duck, 
Thumper, Bullwinkle. Thanks Mom 
and Dad, M, J, & Beetle! 



Lisa Diane McColgan 

Leetza, Script, Buelah,Liser 
I met Andy Warhol at a really chic party. 
Gassin', Crabbin' ... go clean your 
ears. You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch. 
But Beth, we hav a male sense of 
humor. Who is Rula Lonska? With lots 
of blueberries? Hey, what's your net 
worth, baby? VBF Pork. Kill the wabbit 
. . . Thanks — Maddy, Share, Zeke, 
Clem, Jed, Jude, Keith, Tanya & 'the 
gang ". Joke's over, Virgins. WQL 



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Christina l\/lcFadd 

Whitney, Chris 
Life moves pretty fast, if you don't stop 
and look around once in a while, you're 
gonna miss it. JENN JEN MISSI. AFW 
MOONLIGHTING THE SARGAR 
TAHITI Spring Break in Tunisia. MO in 
Feb. The Call To. DQU AID "TEST 
WHAT TEST?" "I am the teacher, you 
are the student, show some resprect" 
THE HOTTEST SPOT NORTH OF 
HAVANA. BE MY BABY 




Donald H. l\/lcGannon III 

Darby 
Adios — Algebra No MaS — Stay cool 
Mike, Chuck, Soggs — The kind of 
music that soothes the soul — Aug. 8, 
'86— The Pits— Remember. . .CSN, 
Petty, J.T.(Not really) — Don't worry, 
we'll just get office detention — OK, 
Everyone out of the car. 



Kevin McGowan 



Jennifer Ann Mclnnes 

Jen 
AIN'T no time to hate, Barely time to 
wait. All I want to know is, Where does 
the time go? Field Hockey, Hawley's 
Porch, The Jolly Company, Happy 
Friday:, Spain '87, Zoom! Zoom! 
Zoom! The Falcon, The Mango, 
K-m-m!Jim Lives! Love and Thanks to 
all my Friends and to my dog Barney! 




Michael McKenna 



James C. McKeough, Jr. 

MICK 
When things go wrong, as they usually 
will, and your daily road seems all up 
hill. When funds are low and debs are 
high you try to smile but can only cry 
and you really feel youd like to quit 
Don't run to me I don't give a — -. Good 
Luck everyone especially Doc Rams 
Harry Mush Kermit Dee Booger Shaids 
Shorty Geoff Missy Mama and 
Lesley!!! 



Robert McNamara 

Mac 
There is a road, no simple highway, 
between the dawn & the dark of night, & 
if you go, no one may follow; that path is 
for your steps alone. Jennifer, the 
Accord, Alpine Valley, Saratoga, 
Worcester, Providence, Buffalo, 
Hartford, Orpheum Theater — Never 
had such a good time in my life before 
— GRATEFUL DEAD 



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Daniel Miction 

Danno 
No one is a failure Who is enjoying life 
GMOK— WBA— ALF— FNP— CMM 
— DIMITRE SLOVAC — CG 



David l\/lortland 

TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: 
THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF 
PEOPLE IN THE WORLD, THE 
QUICK AND THE GRADUATES OF 
HINGHAM HIG (I learned the 
Alphabet) 




Todd l\/lundy 

Todd 
WHO AM I AND WHERE DO I COME 
FROM?! BLAAARP! a little problem 
with truth and fiction . . . was that good 
or what? . . . CELERY . . . almost per- 
fection ... My soda tasted funny . . . 
GOOD LUCK CLASS OF '88, and 
watch out for flying mailboxes!! THE 
INVISIBLE MAN STRIKES 
AGAIN!!!!!!! HAPPY NEW 
YEAR!!! 



Douglas Matthew Murphy 

"Murph" 
Thanks to my family and friends for 
their trust and understanding of me. 
Special thanks to Ryan and Jim for 
motivation and to another for a lesson 
on life that I hope never to forget. Also to 
Oem. S. for G.M. O.K. 




Nancy Murphy 

We are not put on this earth to see 
through one another, but to see one 
another through. Nic — summer '87 
wanker, giggin', netti mon, DW (s) let's 
just drive by ONE more time. Ken & AJ. 
Brett S. So you can drive really well. 
Thanks Rastro. 



Jennifer Ann Murray 

Jen 
Times will change in many ways and 
we with time but not in ways of 
friendship. They say I'm crazy but I 
have a good time! Hawley's porch 
parties! Happy Friday! Kala — I know 
who shot the ground hog! The Jolly Co. 
Washington D.C. 81 & 86 Bel-Air 
Beach Parties. The Mango. Jammin!! 
Dead Shows with Hurls! 
Zoom-Zoom-Zoom! Wompatuck 




Carin Murley 

Tired of lying in the sunshine staying 
home to watch the rain You are young 
and life is long and there is time to kill 
today And then one day you find ten 
years have got behind you No one told 
you when to run, you missed the 
starting gun. Pink Floyd 




Jonathan Steven Myerov 

Schmirnoff, Schmirs, Myren, Jon 
Leave your stepping stones behind. 
Something calls for you, Forget the 
dead you've left, they will not follow 
you, Sthke another match, go start 
anew, 'cause it's all over now, Baby 
Blue — Bob Dylan Stripes and Plaid. . . 
Thanks Aetna, I'm glad I met ya . . . 
Spain '87. . . Lying undercars. . .Love 
connection. . .ThanxtoBud. . .Alf. . . 
Garry Shandling 



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John Andrew Myers 

Putyourbig hitter pad's on and face the 
world. — FOOTBALL — Get off the 
lawn you crazy kids. Thattone of voice. 
Back of the bus! Acabumba what is a 
parcel? Ondrick "I don't wanna dance" 
You lied to me! Linebacker Bill Man's 
night out! Rodger Dodger Lowrider 
ECD-ESLU FOOTBALL 





Jennifer Lea Nelson 

Jen 
Feb 6, 1 987 — Wipe tables — it's like a 
story — Zytron — Hardy's — scully — 
cool — colors — ropeswing — your evil 

— Caldors wire — playground — 
intense — MOBIL — it's grandmas car 

— you rebel — July 4th — runaway — 
winna — Y — NOT — CL, CH, CI, JN, 
KD, DH, EB — "a big happy family" — 
MRAUGH! — "No one'll eva love ya 
like your motha!" — KD, BFF, I love ya! 
*Love ya, Linda & Nel! CT 4-ever. Big 
'Z' . . . C — YA . . . 4-5-6 



Diane Marie Nolan 

Dee 
"Dance with the speaker 'till ya' hear it 
blow. Then plug in a head phone cuz' 
here it go. Its a four letter word when its 
heard in control . . . Ya' body to dance 
. . .YougotitSOUL.Angelle"whatsup 
mamma?" err ... err .. . Don't forget 
Eric B, LL and Run — DMC Thanks 
Mom. Love ya. AN, TP, LW, SV, ML, 
MR. To you guys "Thanks Dudes" C.S. 
"Whark" 



Kathleen Theresa Norton 

Katie 
"I shall pass through this world but 
once Therefore, any good I can do or 
any kindness that I can show — let me 
not defer nor neglect it, for I shall not 
pass this way again." 



Robert O'Brien 

OB 
Life is full of mistakes. But that;s why 
God put erasers on pencils. Thanks: 
GMCMEFKKSJJTLTGRandCREW 
— VAN HALEN — IDOL — 
AREOSMITH — CRUE — U2 — 
BEATLES — "STRAWBERRY 
FIELDS FOREVER" — UW 





James Matthew O'Neil 

Harry Mangioni 
"Life is a bowl of Cheerios in a toilet 
bowl, you can flush it any moment." 
Later Dudes 



Patricia Ann O'Connor 

Patty 
"We can close our eyes to reality but 
not to memories "Friend 4-ever LD, LR, 
BL, KM, JB, CR, LM, CH, "Where am I 
going, what am I doing, why am I 
here?!?" Chic lesss!! "VBF" 143? "I 
hate . . ." Negative attitude? I don't 
know! "GEEK" LET'S BOGGIE 
"AXIS" JH, SD, MM, TM "Have a clue" 
"THE SLIMUS" ENJOY LIFE "FIRST 
LOVE" SEE YA LATER '88 



David Ohman 



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Jay K. Osier 

Hoser, Juan 
How's your onion? — Rick Bar + Grill 
— Sandy — Shmoka — CW — MM — 
RB — CA two Itr. — Yellow Pint — flat 
top 

"the story of life is quicker than the wink 
of the eye. 

the story of love is hello and good-bye 
until we meet again." JMH 



Heather Maryll Parsons 

Heath 
Don't walk in front of me, for I may not 
follow. Don't walk behind me, for I may 
not lead. Just walk beside me and be 
my friend. Plymouth River — pits — 
the chain — Maine — BA — Is it okay if 
I don't come home? — I don't know — 
Kootch — Belair — HSSS — Field 
Hockey — LAX — Fred I love U — TO 
SC, KW, JL, KG, RF, AT, etc. 
THANKS!! 



D. Matthew Pederson 

Matt, Shades 
I act, therefore I am someone else. 
How do you catch a unique rabbit? 
What coach, lines again? Lets go 
RAMsey I Where's Tyler? Oh, he's sore 
today. NYC + HIGGY = WATER 
Ernie + Bert at Fridays. Forking Gaz's 
lawn. Eric, watch out for the sprinkler. 
Clem, Jed + lurlen. Pushups + 
Situps. Thanx Mom, Amy and Jen. I 
love you! Good luck Class of '88. 



Dena Marie Julie Petitti 

Dena, Dean 
What's a Bidet? ! London was f un ! Paris 
was cool! But why in Italy, do all the 
guysdrool?HeydrivefasterMARIO!! 
Europe '87, (D),D period study. Oh no 
it's coming! If only IT knew. New York! 
"The Language of Love" Lynn got any 
food? MF, ST, PO, MC, BL, LW, (Thank 
you come again!) PG, SB,Thanks to 
those who have helped me get this far! 
MA + PA 





Dominic Petitti 

Dom 
We the students of Hingham High in 
order to form a more perfect school, 
meet girls, establish justice, get drunk, 
insure domestic tranquility, sleep late, 
ban any use of do-das, provide for the 
common defense, party and secure the 
blessings of liberty to ourselves and 
prosperity do ordain and establish this 
Constitution of Hingham High. Thanx 
Mom — N — Dad 



Blair Phifer 



Katherine Piazza 

Kathy, Katie, Kate, Kimmy 
"Two roadsdiverged in a wood, and I — 
I took the one less traveled by, and that 
has made the difference." Many 
thanks to my family; You're wonderful! 
Thanks to Ritz, Barbie, Ken, and Elmo 
II. I couldn't have made it without you. 
Special thanks to the Grinch ; your faith 
in me helped me choose the road less 
traveled by . . . and that has made all 
the difference. 



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Martha Pomeroy 

Mick 
"It's fine that you're neurotic . . . 
normality is very overated" Chris — 
"Promise" Erin "Help" "HI" to TS, KB, 
AH 




Eric Paul Ponichtera 

Our memories of yesterday will last a 
lifetime. We'll take the best, forget the 
rest and someday We'll find these are 
the best of times. Enjoy! Summer '86, 
1 2, 30, forking Sugarlips, Blank page. 
Thanks Bud Thanks Mom + Dad 



Kerry Potter 



Jean Elizabeth Ramsay 

Hydrox, Chick 
I guess this is our last goodbye — you 
don't care so I won't cry. Remember Lis 
— red, white, and blue!! prime cut, yeah 
so what's your point? Dairy Queen 
Nantasket, NY '86, where are we 
Norwell, Hell-o, Ropa!!!, da-do da-do 
da-do! Smiley, Thanks MC, CC, CW, 
CR, PO, LD, DP! SC, Thanks Mom + 
Dad — Good luck everyone! 




Robert J. Ramsey 

Rams 
Living in the fish eye lens, Stuck in the 
camera eye. I have no heart to lie. I 
can't pretend a stranger is a long 
awaited friend — "Limelight" by Rush 




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David Rayburn 

"Burn" 
You can beat me you can torture me, 
you can stab me and you can shoot me. 
But whateveryoudojust don't bore me. 



Christine V. Reddish 

Chrissy, Chick 
"UP THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE TO 
THE HIGER GROUND" U2 memories 
of . . . In a . . . sent — G,, Fred the 
rabbit, tacky wallpaper, VCR Parties, 
1 6 Candles, April 4, EX# Oh my! What 
am I going to do? Him, ambivalence, 
us. Are you two sisters? Alcoa, 
Berwyn, cow, jokes, moomobile, stare 
for me, Biffs, Clueless, I can't deal with 
it! whatever, theohes, noteboxes . 
. . . BUY THE BOOK! 




Karen Marie 
Reichenbacher 

Karen 
From you I have come. 
To you I will go, 
with you I am here. 
Mom, Dad, Denise — THANKS. 
Thanks for FIELD HOCKEY!!! Best of 
luck to all. 



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Charles Reilly 

"Spent a little time on the mountain, 
spent a little time on the hill 
things went down we don't understand 
but I think in time we will." 






Mark Richard Rielly 

"Riels" 
To achieve the goals you have set . . . 
Take the best at what you do ... To 
take advantage of all opportunities . . . 
To live life to the fullest . . . This is 
success. Are we there yet? — Let the 
good times roll . . . Spain '87 B-Ball . . . 
J.R. Prom — Whoops! NECK-BRACE 
— Is she going? . . . RimRash — B.C., 
K.H. — Oh Well . . . Bullwinkle 
rowboats . . . M.B.K. — TAKE CARE 
FRIENDS — P.H.H. '88 (PART II) 



Reid Elizabeth Reimold 

"This is the time to remember, these 
are the days to hold on to, 'cause we 
won't although we'll want to. This is the 
time, but the time is going to change." i 
hope that time doesn't ever change our 
friendship. A part of you will always be 
with me 'cause no one can ever take 
the memories of us and the time we 
shared from me. 



Deborah Frances 
Ricciarelli 

Deb 
"A lifetime is not to long to live as 
friends" P.D., M.S., B.C. Hey Girls! — 
"The movies" — CHats Supple's 
Homemade Cookies Moe's house — 
molasses New Years Eve — The 
Sweater Feeling Groovy Living Well — 
not motivated at all tootles Beck 
European — Toll House Cookie — 
Rowboats Jo and Chris B — Ball 
W.S.P. can you jump-start my car? 
Thanks Mom and Dad!! 



Gregg Richards 

Summer times were always right just 
me and you Seniors and dealing with 
tohse separating blues we were young 
and restless living on the edge of a 
dream when someone somewhere 
said you just got to believe I'd like to 
thank GM, SM, DG, CG, SG, CM, SH, 
ROB, AA, RL, FA, for all the fun we had 
"CRUE" And esp. Missy and Chris I 
Love ya both and my parents thanks I 
love you. Good luck everybody. 





David G. Rioux 

"AN OBSTACLE IS ONLY 
SOMETHING YOU SEE WHEN YOU 
TAKE YOUR EYES OFF YOUR 
GOAL. "LOON '86, "87, '88 LOOK FOR 
BIG JUMPS AND GET AIR!, TUCK 
RUNS— KS,TF, GK, SNOWBIRD '86, 
STATES, '86, '87, THANKS FOR 
EVERYTHING GLOWYN. I LOVE YA! 
JC #2, THANKS MOM AND DAD FOR 
ALL YOUR SUPPORT. I DON'T 
KNOW WHERE THE KEYS ARE SC 



Eileen Rocha 



Ana Luz Rodriguez 

Sussy 
For the time I've lived, 
For the things I've learned, 
For the friends I've made. 
For the love we've shared. 
For the smiles I've seen. 
For the tears I've cried, 
I sincerely say: 
"There's no minute not worth living!" 



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Martha V.Rollins 

Marty 
I would like to thank my mom and dad 
for being there for me and heading me 
in the right direction. You both have 
been my personal drill sargents I love 
you both very much. A special thanks 
to my loving and caring friends I love 
you guys. I would like to thank two spe- 
cial teachers A.Y. and A.R. I will al- 
ways remember you two. To my one 
and only true love Chris you will al- 
ways have a special place in my heart. 
I MADE IT 





Justin M^A. Russell 

Russ 
The only thing that matters is where 
you are going to be a hundred years 
from now. — Walter H. Russell 




Janet Louise Roper 

Jan, Ropa 
Hold on to the memones, look fonward 
to the future, and don't forget to smile!! 
M.A.,K.L.,J.I.,M.H.,T.C.— Thanksfor 
the memories I never would have made 
it without you guys! Weekapaug, 
Hell-lo, Chunga-Chunga, New York, 
Chorus and Drama Club. I will get to 
N.Z. someday! ! Good Luck Class of '88 



Laura Nicole Rovnak 

Elenor 
"Memory seems like a dream, 
hundreds of hopes in the past, 
nevertheless it was never the last" ME, 
twisty-ties, FIB, the gang, PEN,Caribe, 
SHE '87, TS '85, What a pretty sunset! 
click-click! Desiderata, salada 
knowledge, pillow fight! Ned, thanx for 
being here "Don't go changing to try to 
please me, you've never let me down 
before" Thanx Mom + Dad! Yes, these 
ARE the best of times. 



Keith Ryan 

The strong do what they have the 
powertodo. The weak suffer what they 
must suffer. 





Edward R. Sargent II 

"Men must endure their going hence, 
even as their coming hither; Ripeness 
is all. William Shakespeare 



Kurt Miles Schuhwerk 

Bozo 
"If something knocks you down dont 
whine get up and keep walking" Loon, 
85, 86, 87, "Hey Boz pick me a line will 
ya!" G.K. Bumpin and getting air. Tuck 
runs Party'n with Leve and GGG. Bye 
Everybody 



Wendy Lee Schuka 

Wen 
Music is a window through which we 
view life as it really is UNREAL! Keep 
the music playing and eventually 
everyone will learn to dance . . . Phil, 
JT, U2, The Club, Bandies, Jazz? 
Moot!" TALK TO ME". Good Luck 
Mosey, BC, KN, TM, CK, CM, JL, KH, 
JT. . .MissyouJT,JM.EC,BH,GM. . . 
Thanx for the help Mrs. R, Mr. B, 
SB, Doug and Donna! Mom, thanx for 
everything I love you! GOOD-BYE!!!!! 



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Jeffrey Scipione 

Fredo, Skippy 
"A life spent making mistakes, is not 
only more honorable but more useful 
than a life spent doing nothing" but 
"Even if you're on the right track you'll 
get run over if you just sit there" "Spain 
1 986" "Limon si esta abierto? No" "Oh 
Good" "Sheesh" "Russian Roulette" 
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I'm a great believer in luck,and I find the 
harder I work, the more I have of it. — 
Thomas Jefferson 




Allison Servetnick 

AL 
Even the best of friends can't always be 
together but it's the memories that 
make a friendship last . . . I'll miss you 
guys; JG, JL, GS, TF, GK, DR, and of 
course Jacki! Bahamas 88, FLA. 87, 
Maine 86, Cape Cod 87, Yale, Anchor 
Man, RR tracks; M.R. I'm gonna miss 
you 12/31/87! Thanks Mom & Dad; I 
love you Jen and Sarah! Good Luck 
Class of '88! "I Had the time of my life" 



Glowyn Merrill Shackford 

Glowyn 

Why can't I get just one IR,PR,GD, 

"Bahamas 88" Good Luck, Guys, I'll 
miss ya, DR, JM, AS, GK, TF, KS, JL, 
JG, MM, But this is just the beginning. 
Thanx for being there DR, JM. Thanx 
Mom and Dad (really). "Good feeling 
won't you stay with me just a little 
longer. I loveya David Gotta go b.. P. 8. 
'Remember Bozo's, (anchorman). 



Douglas Shaw 

Make way for the positive day. Bob M 
Roadtrips Boston Spain '87 If the 
thunder don't get yeah then the 
lightening will GD The time is right. 
Good times Thanks everyone. Later 





Kenneth Sheldon 

Zippah 
"Bonfires burning bright, pumkin faces 
in the night, I remember Halloween." 
G. Danzig I need a crash course in 
brain surgery. Horror business CycO 
88 Young Ones! Ohya Ohya AAdums! 
Shot ep! lOHFT! Extra thanx to all of 
you blokes: Mom, Dad, Chip, Chris, 
Jon, Trud, Dex, Bill, Matt, Tom, Andy, 
G. Bliss, Karen, Mush, Dom, Leigh & 
anyone I forgot Skate Rough Bye-Bye! 



James C. Silipo 

Jim 
Hey you, you say you want to change 
the world. It's OK with me theres no 
regret 



Glenn Smith 

"Life and Death are uncontrollable 
everything else is up to you, there's still 
time to change the road your on " who's 
shot? A little late night action. Pit Party. 
Towel and lock the door. GC — you 
scratch my back I'll scratch your. 2 
days. TL. DP. JB. BK. New Years 87. 
July 4 87. Any doses John 0? PT, CR, 
MD, TM, LT, High fidelity. Community 
Quizzes. I made it. Thanx Mom and 
Dad 



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Lynda Jane Smith 

Smitty 
Remember in times gone by promises 
we once made What are the reasons 
why nothing stays the same? 5/9/86 All 
of my love to you Michael! Friends are 
forever/ Thanx guys SJ, JC, MS, KS, 
JL, JB, LW, DM, Jim, Kurt, Del, BC, JC, 
CS,CR/ Thanx Mum! Lis & Mike . . . 
Words End Summer 87 Friday's/ Idol/ 
BOSTON/ CAPS/ CFD/ SOUPY'S/ 
July 4, 1986 — miss ya! 




Peter Spiegler 

There is absolutely no inevitability as 
long as there is a willingness to 

i contemplate what is happening — 

i McLuhan 
Summer 86 #'s&? a cause I just did it 5 
minutes ago . . . SPMM Alright, Kids? 
forking SC Head Call me Blackie 



Theresa J. Smith 

Tracy 
Dont walk in front of me I may not follow 
dont walkbehind me I may not lead Just 
walk beside me and be my friend Loon 
Mnt Where the keys? Puerto Rico '85 
w/ED Summer 87 — JC California 86 
"Dad how was I an . . . " "Had did your 
brain fall out again?" DE, BH, DW, ES, 
Thanx class of 88 especially Lin Heath 
Cath Shiv Erin Jenny Kathy Derek 
Chris Chris Brian & John Thanks Mom 
and Dad 



Jorge Soto 



Chris Spellman 

Spell 
Time stand still — I'm not looking back 
But I want to look around me now — 
seem more of the people and the 
places that surround me now (RUSH) 
Thanx Mom and Dad Good Luck Missy 
Kay, Missy Sullivan, Soupie, Shiv. 
Bronco Buddies forever . . . 





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Cathy 
"Whenever you call me, I'll be there. 
Whenever you want me, I'll be there. 
Wheneveryouneedme, I'll be there — 
I'll be around." Good, good, good! July 
4, 87 Espana 87 ... Oh my gosh gosh! 
Big circle . . . whark . . . Spam . . . 
4-wheeling . . . the Ring . . . World's 
End — thanx Mom & Dad. Hey! It was 
fun . . . Keep it up. Peace, love, and 
happiness. 



Justin Dean Spirito 

Justin 
The first step of life is finally over, the 
second step is just starting; Hope to 
see the class of 88 at the p 

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Adam Stanhope 

The east is red. China. "Such treasures 
that their very keys would have 
weighed down a band of sturdy men." 
Fireworks? Xianzai women dao nar 
qu? Digital audio. If you must have it, 
have it then. Historic Plymouth. Infamy. 
Morning Detention. Main St. Zaitian! 
(Goodbye.) 



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Kristin Mane Staples 

"What I carry in my heart brings us so 
close and so far apart. "To all my 
friends who have given me a lifetime of 
memories: J.C. J.B. M.S. K.W. C.B. 
J.L. S.J. L.S. Vineyard 87 Canada 86 
"She must be the neighbors kid" "The 
picture" yoo-hoo" Julies fun outfit 
"Joanna, I think my grandfather has a 
pairofthoseshorts" "lean hardly stand 
the thought of leaving again, well be 
together but who knows when" I Love 
you Mom & Dad 



Tanya Stein 

Tan 
If all mankind, minus one, was of the 
same opinion; mankind would be no 
more justified in silencing that one 
person, than he, if he had the power, 
would be justified in silencing mankind. 
Love to Mart, Kim, Amy, Erin, Ser. 
Thanks for the memories. 



Robert Steves 



IMelissa Striano 

Missy 
"Here I go again," U2 and BJ '87, 
Kath-Kai, "rugburns," Caldwells 
chem-class, "you should ve stopped 
by!", 6/26 Fairview garage parties. 
Loveya, CC, KP, KW, GR, CK, DJ, NB, 
LD. 





Cris Stone 

Mick 

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Lauretta Anne Struss 

Lauwda Bing Stewetta Mauretta 
We're all exchanging Pleasentries No 
matter how we feel And No one knows 
the difference 'cause it all seems so 
unreal you'd better grab a hold of 
something Simple but it's true if you 
don't stop to smell the roses they might 
end up on you. Huskers Du pit parties, 
1984-88 143 R.F. Thanks Mom I love 
you Good luck everyone. See ya, bye 



Melissa Sullivan 

Missy 
To the greatest friends I could ever 
have: SJ, KS, LS, BC, DD, JL, JR, 
especially Jen — Pudgy you are the 
best. CS, good luck. Always remember 
the Vineyard, Washington, 9th grade. 
I'll miss you all. Thanks for being there 
Mom and Dad. 



Maureen Supple 

Moe 
"True friendship is something you have 
to work for, but once you attain it, its 
everlasting" Ireland 87 . . . Rebuza . . . 
Illegal . . . p-ness . . . towel boy . . . 
Newyears Eve . . . European . . . 
Munchies . . . Living well — motivated 
Deb? Crew Parties Wend! Row 
Boats. . . Black Eye . . . Basketball — 
OCL Champs 85 86. . .Soccer. . .We 
need to talk . . . Pam . . . Deb . . . Beck 
. . . Thanks Mo 



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Mary Jo Sweeney 

"Muj, Mq. Jo" 
Hi ya'll, Sentimental Six. John — song 
2 side 2. PEN. Wilbur's, Maine, 
Berwyn. Alcoa. Would you do that for 
me. M + M. Mike — I'm done, you can 
have him now. SF — Que sera sera. 
Sixteen Candles. I drank what? — Real 
Genius. The SureThing. Rocky Horror, 
Exhuberance. clash — never! Now the 
future's up to you. Jake a chance and 
see it through. Thanks to the clique for 
all the memories. Luv Mo. 




Paul Taurasi 




Seri Elisabeth Taarland 

Seh 
Instead of crying over spilt milk, go milk 
another cow — pancho twins, "Meliss 
— go bus" GOOD RATIO this is high 
school GNO seri van halen "queer, but 
funny" UTENSILING hey tan "who are 
you and where do you come from?" U2 
genesis squeeze NEWPORT '87 "my 
oh my, we've having some fun now" DL 
re-animator GO HOME GAME i win 
jband PONTIF WAVE t&e HOME- 
SLICE! fen, kaki, EZ KILLA 



Sharon Denlse Tate 

"Tate" 
As Inceperable As We Are I Have To 
Move To Ga Which Is Far, As Long As 
Our Thoughts Are Still The Same We 
Will Meet In BP Some Day, As Crazy 
As It May Be In Less Than A Year We 
Will Be Set Free, As Time Goes On 
Think Of Me And Be Strong, But If You 
Find Mr Right Be Sure He Has A Cute 
Friend In Sight. Megz Never Forget 
The Beach, Crusin, Cheering And The 
Chit We Got Away With In TA. 



Christopher Taylor 





Jennifer L. Thomas 

Jenny 
Time it was. 
And what a time it was. 
It was . . . 

A time of innocence, 
A time of confidences. 
Long ago ... It must be . . . 
I have a photograph. 
Preserve your memories; 
They're all that's left you. 
Thanks to my best friends — 
Chris 5/16/87, Erin, Liz, Kathy, Tracy 
and Shiv 



Joy E. Thompson 

Joyus 
Time is like a handful of sand, the 
tighter you grasp it, the faster it runs 
through your fingers, but if you caress 
it, it will leave in its wake memoriesof its 
gentle flow, rather than the roughness 
of its stones MD, Quebec, Peach 
Melba, JJ JR, Can I polish your sax? 
CC lets play in the puddles! Beach 
Chats, summer 87 at the beach, Burke 
attack! 3/86, Biking! (No) 



Manuel Toledano 

Manolo 
A puffy coat. A yellow and fuchsia 
spotted backpack — How did I manage 
tocomehere? — Could it be. . .Satan? 
Football games. G study. Mateo's 
funny jokes. Why? Why not? Take 
Calculus, shall we? If not there'll be 
always a place for you in N.E. tractor 
trailer. Mucho suerte a mis amigos de 
AFS, club de Espanol ... All good 
memories I'll never forget, so far, so 
good. Adios! 



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Ethan Venner Torrey 

Ethan 
"Run, rabbit run Dig that hole, forget 
the sun when at last the work is done, 
Don't sit down, it's time to dig another 
one." — Roger Waters 




W. Scott Tregoning 

Dudes its been real. Real what? I don't 
know . . . Anthrax . . . S.S. D.D. . . . 
Mosh. T.T. F.N. 



Christopher D. Trudell 

Trudy 
Finally I understand the feelings of the 
few ashes and diamonds, foe and 
friends, we were all equal in the end. 



Sarah Trudell 

D period study, oh no it'scominq! if only 

IT knew. "The Language of Love 

Thanks to: DMP, MF, DMF, JD. Thanks 

Mom and Dad. Ya hoo! Don't get poop 

on your shoes. 




Kristen Ellen Vickery 

Kristen 
Even a fool knows you can't reach out 
and touch the stars, but that doesn't 
stop the wise man from trying. U2 joy 
GNO sa 3RD TEAM espana LETS BE 
CATTY typical JP ratios BIG CHILL 
liberated girls dont cry? JUST SAY NO! 
forking ITS GOOD WE CAN LAUGH 
rare form PARTY MOBILE! down 
trodden SHOULD HAVE ba sura SFD 
happy campers THIS IS HIGH 
SCHOOL? ! kind a comical ! That which 
does not kill me makes me stronger. 




Michael B. Watson 

Muc-Stain 
Daydreaming gets you nowhere but its 
a great ride — Best of luck to the class 
of 88 



Michael Gerard Vitti 

Mike 
Lifeislikeasewer — what you get out of 
it depends on what you put into it. 



Elizabeth Douglas Watson 

Elizabeth 
'I'm gone to Carolina in my mind." 



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Howard E. Warsofsky 

Yowza 
Cherish Yesterday, Dream of 
tomorrow, and live today! 





Kathleen Welch 




Cheryl White 

cj, Nina, Cher 
Wei, it's been real! VCR Parties.Ye 
Gods!, Mailman, PEN U2, JD, 
Argentina, 5 Yrs! Big L, Tourney, iVIoot 
Point Dances, The inspirational talent 
show! T-party, Rocky Horror, Physics 

— again? VBF, Alcoa, Conestoga, 
Hydrox, Biff, what's a tweeb? Yello + 
Sak, 16 Candles, Top Gun, Ninjas, No 

— we're not sisters! Wilbur's, Elmo, 
what's this? A flock of these! Thanks to 
the clique 4 everything! 



Kathleen Margaret White 

Katie 
"Beforelhadthechancetocountthem, 
all the good times turned to memories. 
"TOGA, HAWIIAN 87', VINEYARD, 
LONDON, SARATOGA, SUMMER 
87, THE HARBOR, LABOR DAY 87, 
"KOOTCH FRIENDS", "I will tow your 
car!" Thanks to all the great friends for 
all the best times and best of I uck. I love 
you Mom. 



Angelle Williams 





Mark Wiskowski 



Karl R. Willner 

Karl 
To learn you must explore To explore 
you must try To try you must care Good 
luck Class of '88 And don't ever forget 
or lose track of where you are in this 
world. 



John Francis Wipfler 

Jay 
You can't always get what you want but 
if you try sometimes you just might find 
you get what you need. May the force 
be with you "All, One Day at a Time" 
ThanxMom + Dad for not losing faith. 



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Kathleen Yarrow 

Kathi, Aero 
Dead shows 87. love ya TM KM LB CC 
MS but my "special favorite" Roberski. 
Cornies Cameron I'll never forget ya 
ever! Classical get away 70 miles away 
letter reading. BBing.ThankGod4T.P. 
first down no score. HER chicmasters 
Mis — Kai "hit the bricks" Let it snow, 
green paska diapers, farty mopa. 
Thanx Ma & Da. Your all the things I've 
got to remember. Cry fish. 



Jon Yunker 

Rip anything and everything paved, 
plywood, even nature, shred it till there 
is no more If there is something you 
can't do, just fake it, no one will know 
the difference. Thanx M and D To 
Jamie and her knees. Thanx for 
everything. I LOVE YOU! 




Michael John ZaccardI 

Goodbye to all my friends at home 
Goodbye to all people I've trusted I've 
got to go out and make my own way I 
might get rich, you know I might get 
busted Low rider no more nicknames 
Belushi "What the hell is wrong with 
me" MASC HOOPCH taboot You got 
pichtes go get em Just put Gil-Bert 
Dave what did they do to me my eyes 
Carmen do something with those boys I 



Andrea Marie Zona 

Ann 
NEVER FORGET the good times we 
have shared at HHS Thanks Christine, 
DAVE, Kerry and the rest of my friends, 
especially TIM. May 21, 1987. The 
summer of '87 will live on live on 
forever. Beach parties, concerts, 
summer nights, and football games. 



David P. Hall 

Dave 
Jr. High was fun High school was great. 
But nowwe're stepping into reality! And 
now its time to show all what we're 
madeof."P.S.Takeitonestepatatime 
and we'll do fine!" 





Judith Ann Polefka 

"What noisy cats are we " 



Joanna Libby 



Christopher Roche 

Chris 
"Yearbooks with there autographs. 
From friends you might have had. 
These are your important years. You'd 
better make them last." — Husker Du 



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Daniel Marcilio 



David Glasheen 



Kim Youngworth 



Camera Shy 



Wanda Alston 



Thomas Deane 



Peter Loveless 



Alan Baynes 



Henry Holler 



Kristin Schultz 



Dennis Brown 



Kevin Kelliher 



David Smith 



Jennifer Colantonio 



Alexander Keyes 



Steven Taylor 



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Jim 



The days are long and time has stopped 
and so we mourn for what is not. 
Our eyes are tired with empty looks, 
we see blank pages of unfinished books, 
our struggles to keep our spirits high 
are futile when our best friends die. 
And never may we see the day 
when thoughts of them don't come our way. 
Yet we shall always feel them near 
and know their message to us is clear- 
that though our emotions hold us down 
only love can make the world go 'round. 
So let us join our hands and work together 
and let friendship bond us forever and ever. 



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GIRLS'CROSS COUNTRY 




The Girls' Cross Country team had a 
great 1 987 season, finishing with a 4-4 rec- 
ord in a very competitive league. A rea- 
sonably young squad, the team had some 
outstanding performances. Led by Junior 
co-captains Cindy Willis and Faith Frary 
the girls tackled strong opponents. Most 
Notably overpowering defending league 
champion Marshfield in a close 28-27 
meet. 

Hingham had Christina Finlay elected 
to the Old Colony League all-star team for 
the second year in a row as well as rank- 
ing three league honorable mentions for 
Freshman Jen Sanford, Sophomore 
Stephanie Margetts, and Junior Faith 
Frary. 

All of the girls gave meritous perfor- 
mances and look forward to even more 
success in the seasons to come. 

THANKS MR. RYAN! GREAT SEA- 
SON GUYS! 




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Mr. Ryan, coach, L. Thaxterm, C. Coccio, C. Leah, S. Margetts, N. DellaVoIpe, A. O'Mara, C. Finlay, J. 
Sanford, H. DuCasse, F. Frary, C. Willis. 



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BOYS' CROSS COUNTRY 



The 1987 Boys' Cross Country team 
ran well. Led by captains Steve Gregoire 
and Sean Leahy, the team finished third in 
a very competitive league. Leahy finished 
in the top ten in the league and went all the 
way to the state competition, while 
Gregoire finished in the top thirty. A much 
improved Junior Matt McCourt finished 
twelveth, followed by Barry Willis at thir- 
teenth. A large improvement was also 
seen in Steve MacDonald, who bettered 
his time by over two minutes on the home 
course. 

Everyone ran well this season, and the 
impressive performances by underclass- 
men ensure many more successful sea- 
sons. 




B. Synder, J. Kababik, M. Roper, S. MacDonald, J. Messer, B. Willis, M. McCourt. B. Shane, Mr. Ryan, 
coach, S. Gregoire, S. Leahy. 




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Field Hockey 

The 1987 Hingham Field 
Hockey Team succeeded in 
exceeding many people's ex- 
pectations. The team finished 
with a record of 9-2-5 in the 
league and an overall record 
of 11-3-5. After maintaining 
second place in the Old Col- 
ony League, they beat their 
biggest rival, Marshfield, by 
dominating the quarterfinal in 
the State Tournament. The 
competitive Hingham Field 
Hockey Team played an ex- 
cellent 1987 season, with 
three all-stars, Karen 
Reichenbacher, Jen Camp- 
bell, and Ellen Donaldson. The 
team also had two all-league 
players, seniors Katie White 
and Jen Mclnnes. Hingham 
dominated the league in scor- 
ing, with Ellen Donaldson as 
league leader and Katie 
Costello and Jen Campbell 
tied for third. Overall, this 
young team had a successful 
season and looks forward to 
many more wins. 




Varsity: K. Hurley, J. Libby, K. Vickery, N. Nelson, H. Parsons, K. White, L. Gratta, M. Costello, K. Costello, L. Doty, J. 
Mclnnes, H. Fischer, Coach Gordon, J. Brooks, C. Falls, A. Davies, E. Donaldson, J. Campbell, K. Reichenbacher, T. 
Anable, J. Spellman, K. Waples 




J. v.: Coach Hough, L Schirmer, D. Beane, A. Cortezi, J. Davies, J. Kearney, L. McLean, P. Gilbert, N. Buba, 
M. Gaye, P. Murphy, S. Cook, M. Healy, S. Baynes, C. Flynn, A. Bastiani, L. McGeoghan, K. Antall, A. Cronin, 
J. Goldsbury, S. Heap, T. Cornell, K. Kelliher, E. Colantonio, T. Esser 

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Girls' Soccer 



The 1987 Girls' Soccer season started off 
slowly. Though our record was not really good, 
we were still a strong team. The starting 
defense was: goally Emily Greenlaw, sweeper 
captain Kristin Harkins, right fullback Maureen 
Supple, left fullback Alison Taylor. The 
defense was very strong this year. Together, 
we worked hard pulling the off-side trap. 
The mid-field was controlled by center half- 
back Leigh-Ann Taylor, with Beckie Games on 
her left and Claire Higgins on her right. By con- 
trolling the middle, the mid-field players 
helped our team to stay in all the games. The 
front line started with Stacy Sullivan on the 
right wing, Cara Harries on the left wing, and 
Katie Delay and Karen McCann on the insi- 
des. Though the fonward line was young this 
year, the return players will be strong next 
season. 

The seniors on the team this year have helped 
keep the team together through their contin- 
ued spirit and dedication. Though not all 
seniors started, all were a vital part of the 
team. 

The following players also remain on varsity: 
(Seniors) Katherine Beal, Nicole Cummings, 
Lynn Devin, Kathy Kababik, (Sophomore) 
Barbara Violandi, (Freshmen) Kristen Con- 
way, Sue DiMaggio, and Lindsay Griffith. We 
are confident that the team will return strong 
next season. 




Varsity: K. Conway, C. Harries, L. Taylor, S. DeMaggio, K. McCann, L. Griffith, E. Greenlaw, L. lorio, K. 
Delay, S. Sullivan, A. Taylor, Coach Oliver, N. Cummings, M. Supple, K. Beal, K. Harkins, L. Devin, B. 
Carnes, 




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Junior Varsity: D. O'Brien, C. Myatt, K. Garvin, J. Williams, A. Ponichtera, J. Watson, S. Adiey, B. Violandi, M. 
Brooks, E. B. Vessey, D. Myatt, M. Keohan, J. Crawford, M. Stuart, C. Fahie, L. Ngo, C. Mundenench, L. 
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Boys' Soccer 




The 1987 Boys' soccer season will go 
down in infamy. A young team and a 
tough schedule contributed to the 
teams record of three wins, ten losses, 
and four ties. Yet this is not a good indi- 
cation of the quality of the team. 
The forward pairing of Dan Michon and 
Doug Scipione led the team in scoring 
and were two of the hardest workers on 
the team. Co-captain Kurt Schuwerk 
was moved from defense to lend a 
hand with co-captain Eric Ponichtera in 
the midfield. On the outside, Jon 
Ledwick and Peter Kuperstein played 
very well as did Chris Haskins and Eric 
Brown. At fullback, the combination of 
Jay Osier, Rob Ramsey, Bill Lavin and 
Mark Wolpers provided coverage for 
third year goalie Kevin Sampson and 
his backup Matt Pederson. 
The season was one of ups and 
downs. Case in point: the first game 
against last year's champions Ply- 
mouth-Carver ended in a 7-0 loss. In 
the rematch, however, Hingham gave 
Plymouth its hardest game in two 
years, a game Plymouth barely won 3- 
2. The season was characterized by 
tough close games and hard play. In 
fact, the only element missing from the 
team was luck. 





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M. Achille, T. Corey, M. McCann, R. Gatnick, J. Hiltz, J. Anderson, P. Cafferty, M. Kaye, L. Fleitas, S. Mills 



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\/arsity: Coach Farrell, M. Veneto, T. Gulden, D. Scipione, M. Wolpers, J. Ledwick, R. Ramsey, M. Pederson, K. Sampson, D. Michon, E. Chalmers, J. Thorp, E. 
Brown, J. Russell, P. Kuperstein, C. Krastin, A. Delano, B. Lavin, C. Haskins, K. Schuwerk, E. Ponichtera, J. McKeough, C. DeAgazio, J. Osier, D. Murphy 








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FOOTBALL 



The Hingham Harbormen finished at 4- 
5-1 after having been undefeated and in 
first place for five weel<s this year. The 
team's biggest struggles came against 
Bridgewater-Raynham, Taunton, Wey- 
mouth North, and Randolph. Bridgewater 
and Weymouth went on to capture the 
league, leaving Hingham in a respectable 
fifth place. 

Under the leadership of Doyle, Myers, 
Giarusso, and Dillon, the team was 
strong, quick, and ready to hit. 

Hingham players received several 
awards. Joe Doyle, John Myers, Dave 
Giarusso, Joe Dillon, and Dave Mortland 
were all voted Old Colony League All- 
Stars. In addition, each of the four 
captains were voted WATD players of the 
week, the coaches' awards went to: Joe 
Doyle — MVP, Joe Doyle — Best Run- 
ningback, Dave Giarusso — Best Offen- 
sive Lineman, John Myers — Best 
Linebacker, and Dave Mortland — Best 
Defensive Lineman. Awards also went to: 
Brian Herman — Big Sack, Kevin Lynch 
— Long Snap, Brian James — Intercep- 
tion, Chris Clapp — Punt, and Kevin 
McGowan — Consistency. 




F. Jewett, coach, M. Laughlin, P. Lucey, B. Ricketts, T. Brennan, B. Carney, B. Cutler, L. Lennon, S. Dann, T 
Poirrere, M. Gainey, G. McCuen, coach, A. Leary, D. Griffith, M. Kay, J. Lasage, A. Joilin, C. Campbell, S 
Tate, R. Falvey, J. Thompson, J. Doe, D. Keeler, R. Cronin, K. Doyle, D. Cummings, J. Stebbins, M. Mellish 
J. Levenson, A. Thornton, M. Stevens, H. Holler, D. Mortland, S. Flanagan, B. Herman, P. Taurasi, D 
Ohman, J. Hannan, B. James, D. Delmonico, T. Linscott, C. Davies, J. Langill, D. Giarusso, J. Myers, J 
Dillon, J. Doyle, K. Lynch, K. McGowan, P. Levenson. 





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M. Kearney, J. Theopolis, M. Taylor, S. Flynn, J. Scipione, T. Fithian, M. Semler, T. Czarnota, P. Cieslik, Coach Curren, C 
Cox, R. Muller, J. Taylor. 



This year's golf team had a sensational 
season. Particularly successful was junior 
Chris Cox, whose record of 1 1 wins and 1 
loss nnade him the team's most consistent 
winner. Also outstanding were seniors 
Jeff Scipione, Paul Cieslik, Matt Kearney, 
Todd Fithian, and Tom Czarnota. Coach 
Curren anticipates another winning sea- 
son next year. 




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FOOTBALL CHEERLEADERS 




M. Hanrahan, M. Sweeney, M. Striano, A. Arkell, S. Greene, C. Reddish, N. Bonitto, K. Duffy, J. Nelson, S. Hackett, S. Tate. 



This year football cheerleading was 
much more enjoyable than in the past two 
seasons. Throughout the season, there 
were agreements and disagreements, but 
we all knew that differences of opinion 
were sometimes what we needed to make 
a good squad. After all the quarrels, the 
team remained unified. Toward the end of 
the season, although the football team 
started losing, the girls had fun and joked 
around, making the cold games warm and 
the warm games "COOL"! 

"... We were struttin' down that field 
with our Super Bad team . . . singin' P-A- 
R-T-Y! Party Hardy at Hingham High!" 
RAH! 




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Girls' Winter Track 





The Hingham Girls' Winter Track team had a 
great '87-'88 season, more successful than 
the 3-3 record suggests. We had great show- 
ings in the state meet and league meet in 
which we placed third. First year coach, Ms. 
Pennell, made great use of the team's depth 
and talent in meets and tested our endurance 
and ability in practice. Everyone performed to 
full potential and contributed to the team's 
success. Consistently excellent performers in 
dual league are: (juniors) Nicole DellaVoIpe 
and Julie Diercks and (senior) Celine Char- 
niaux in the 50m; (freshman) Jen f\/lcKenzie 
and Susie Cannon in the 50m hurdles; (junior) 
Stacy Sullivan and (freshman) Bonnie Howe 
in the 300m and high jump; (senior) Kristina 
Kovatch (co-captain) in the shotput; (junior) 
Kathy Shaw, (senior) Rebecca Lambert (co- 
captain) and (freshman) Laura lorio in the 
600m; (senior) Kristin Gould and (freshman) 
Heidi Kutsche in the 1000m, as well as Chris- 
tina Finlay who took first place in the 1 000m at 
the state meet, earning the gold medal she de- 
serves. In the one mile are (sophomore) Lynn 
Hansberry and (juniors) Laura Reagan and 
Jen Rapucci; and in the two mile is (junior) Lee 
Stinson. With the combination of our high 
hopes, standards, and determination we were 
easily among the very best teams in the Old 
Colony League this year. 



Ms. Pennell, N. DellaVoIpe, B. Howe, A. O'Mara, L. Stinson, L. Hansberry, L. Reagan, K. Shaw, J. Diercks, J. 
Rapucci, S. Sullivan, H. Kutsche, K. Gould, R. Lambert, K. Kovatch, C. Charniaux, K. Finlay, J. Mahoney, J. 
MacKenzie, S. Cannon 



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Boys' Winter Track 




The 1988 Hingham High Boys' Indoor track 
team underwent a rebuilding year, as the team 
finished a lowly 2-4. There is something to be 
said for this poor showing because only 15 
kids came out for the team. The team was led 
by senior co-captains Rob Ramsey and Sean 
Leahy. Chris "no show" Taylor was the final 
captain, but he did not run this year. Rob "long 
neck" Ramsey competed in the shotput and 
the 50 yard dash. Rob really helped the team a 
lot by sticking out his neck in a few races. Co- 
captain Sean "the force" Leahy competed in 
the mile and two mile run. Sean was unde- 
feated in the Old Colony League in both 
events, and when he stepped into Taunton 
Field House his opponents became very intim- 
idated. Senior Steve "the arms" Gregoire 
competed in the two mile this past winter. 
Steve was a big factor in a few meets as he 
picked up a few points for the Harbormen. 
Junior Matt McCourt competed in the 600 for 
Hingham and he showed that he had great 
leadership abilities. Matt had a great season 
seeing that he only got beat twice all year and 
was loved by the entire Girls' Winter Track 
team. Senior Dave "Big House" Mortland was 
a very big pickup for the Harbormen this sea- 
son. Dave competed in the shotput and picked 
up some much needed points for the team. 
Dave's antics on and off the track was very 
much appreciated by all. 



S. McDonald, Fillmor, S. Gregoire, A. Sunoki, D. Mortland, E. McCraken, M. McCourt, B. Snyder, C. Matson, 
Coach Herrmann, Greg, J. Messer, R. Ramsey, S. Leahy, C. Bennett, B. Sharpe 





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Ice Hockey 

The 1988 Hingham High Hockey team 
exceeded many people's expectations. A 
young team, they finished a very success- 
ful season with a record of ten wins, eight 
losses, and two ties. 

The strong offense, led by Senior co- 
captain Dave Rioux succeeded in over- 
powering opposing defenses in many 
last-minute, heartstopping power plays to 
achieve final victories. The capable de- 
fense, led by Senior co-captain Todd 
Fithian, kept many an opposing team at 
bay long enough for Hingham to add an- 
other win to its record. The strong skills of 
goalie Aaron Smith was also the key to 
success in many Hingham games, while 
offensively. Freshman Rob Canavan was 
able to maintain the position as team high 
scorer. 

The HHS team was further honored by 
obtaining five spaces on the O.C.L. All- 
Star team. These players included Todd 
Fithian, Dave Rioux, Karl Willner (all Se- 
niors), Junior Aaron Smith, and Freshman 
Rob Canavan. 

The team enjoyed a very good season 
and are thankful for the enthusiastic sup- 
port of all of their loyal fans. 




Varsity: Coach Messina, Coach Reagan, F. Alexander, T. Kennedy, R. Canavan, B. Pourier, M. Reed, B. 
Falvey, P. McKenna, G. Jarvis, T. Griffin, C. Cox, C. Maguire, K. Doran, M. Veneto, Coach Gorman, B. 
Wightman, A. Smith, R. Falvey, B. Hagerty, T. Fithian, D. Rioux, D. Benoit, C. Willner, R. Fahie, T. Murray 




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J.V.: Coach Reagan, A. Vickery, M. Anastos, T. Routhier, A. Grosso, M. Brennan, C. Smith, B. Delgalo, J. Anderson, M. 
league, S. Hayes, Coach Gorman, J. Darling, B. Murray, M. Achille, B. Rioux, A. Jollin, M. Rowell, T. Murray, J. Willner, K. 
Lincoln, B. Hanson, T. Hughes. 



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The 1988 Girls' Gymnastic team was a great one. Along with the hard 
work we had a great deal of fun. The captains, Kerry Duffy and Missy 
Striano were excellent leaders and held the team together through thick and 
thin. We had our share of thals though, for example, Kerry broke her foot in 
the middle of the season and wasn't able to compete until the last few 
meets. The team was made up of an unusual combination: two seniors, two 
juniors, four sophomores, and eight freshmen. We did win two meets with 
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M. DeBasse, P. Hunnefield, A. Bonnyman, C. Munhank, Jane, D. Myatt, Sarah, Kate Alter, S. Foley, K. Duffy, M. Striano, E. Osier, K. Schellmer, M. Zacardi, L. 
Tompkins, L Smith. 



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Girls' Basketball 




Varsity: K. White, P. Aylward, L. Bonetsky, M. Hewlett, P. Griffith, C. Willis, L. Doty, Coach Mortimer, C. McCarthy, B. Carries, M. Supple, J. Long 




Coach Hickey, T. Reed, J. McGeogham, D. Buxton, / 
Williams. A. Ponichtera, M. Brooks, S. Margetts, J 
DeMaggio, C. Higgins, M. Bonsor, H. DuCasse, ^ 
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The 1987-1988 girls' varsity basketball team 
consists of (seniors) Maureen Supple, Beckie 
Carnes, Joanne Long, Megan Howlett, and 
Christine McCarthy; (juniors) Leigh Ann 
faylor, Cindy Willis, Kristine White, Patricia 
Griffith, and Laura Bonetsky; and (sopho- 
mores) Lisa Doty and Patricia Aylward. 
Mthough the team was not as successful as 
[hey desired and lacked a lot of height, they 
lad a good blend of experience, dedication, 
:ommitment and most of all, a lot of fun. The 
:eam had six returning varsity players and six 
Diayers came up from last year's junior varsity. 
The girls kept the the pressure on opponents 
/vith an aggressive defense. The team led 
:heir offense by fast-breaking. The starters for 
:he team were Beckie Carnes, Maureen 
Supple, Kristine White, Patricia Aylward, and 
Christine McCarthy. The team, with the seven 
eturning varsity players, are looking forward 
a more improved and successful 1 988-1 989 
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Boys' Basketball 

The Boys' Varsity Basketball team, 
although they lost nine seniors, were 7-8 in the 
league, and 8-1 1 overall. The team consisted 
of five seniors, co-captains Kurt Schuwerk 
and Dan Michon, John Gilbert, Mark Mullen 
and Mike McCarthy; and Four sophomores; 
Pat Carnes, Tom Gonsalves, Charles Krastin, 
and Jason Bologna. 

Although the team lacked experience, they 
learned fast and worked well together. Due to 
the lack of height, the team broke fast which 
made the games very exciting. The offense 
was led by Kruty Schuwerk, who had three 
games with 28 points. The other sources of 
offense came mainly from Mark Reilly (Mas- 
sasoit Tournament MVP) and Pat Carnes. Gil- 
bert and Michon used the three point shot to 
open up the middle for Schuwerk, Rielly and 
Carnes. Although Zaccardi did not play much 
at the start of the season, he worked hard and 
started in the last four games of the season. 
Zaccardi added the defense and enthusiasm 
which the team needed. The team used a vari- 
ety of set offenses which kept teams off- 
guard. 





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M. Hurtle, J. Gaspa, C. Campbell, M. Cotsonas, B. Carney, G. Smith, G. Deane, S. Flynn, Coach Perry, M. 
Taylor, E. Chalmers, M. Carries, P. Brenner, S. Carpenter, K. Zia, D. Scipione 




Varsity: C. Krastin, K. Schuhwerk, J. Gilbert, M. Rielly, M. Gonzalez, S. McCarthy, K. Sullivan, S. Sullivan, Coach Clinton, 
M. Zaccardi, J. Mellin, D. Michon, J. Bologna, M. Carnes 



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The 1988 wrestling season was one to re- 
member. Under the direction of Coach Bill 
Barges Hingham placed second in the Old 
Colony League and finished the season with 
an overall record of 1 2-4. 

Seniors Mike Long at 125 lbs., Jon Myerov 
at 130 lbs., Fred Hall at 135 lbs. and Chris 
Maescher also at 135 lbs. came through for 
Hingham in the darkest of moments. 
Hingham's strength started at 140 lbs. with 
sophomore Matt Shane. Matt was Hingham's 
shining star this year. Matt placed second in 
Sectionals, third in States, and sixth in New 
England, Hingham's first to place in States or 
in New England! Senior Chuck Cordiero stole 
wins at 1 52 lbs. Senior co-captain Dave Di- 
Marino finished the season with a 12-1 rec- 
ord and placed third in the Sectionals. Co- 
captain Barney Shane finished the season un- 
defeated and ended up third in the Sectionals. 
Senior Peter Carney at 189 lbs. finished his 
season with a 12-1 record and also placed 
third in the Sectionals. At heavy weight, senior 
Steve Carr remained injured most of the sea- 
son with a broken nose, but returned to help 
Hingham at the end of the season. 

Hingham had an awesome year and the 
seniors of this year's team wish the best of 
luck to the team in the future! 



J.V.: J. Davidson, J. Aprea. M. Aprea, M. Long, A. Goldberg, G. Kletjian, Coach Dan, T. Berry, J. Sculli, B. 
Farmer, D. Dykins, A. Whaler 




Varsity: Coach Barges, P. DiMarino, J. Fulton, M. Shane, M. Ferina, J. MacKenzie, N. Vakil, M. Stanton, J. Myerov, P. Carney, B. Shane, D. DiMarino, C. Cordeiro, F. 
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Hockey Cheerleaders 




C. Canavan, M. Hanrahan, K. Norton, L. Boretti, N. Bonito, S. Tate, S. Hackett, J. Fish, C. Norton 



For the second year in a row, the 
Hockey Cheerleading squad has been 
strong. We started fundraising (selling 
shakers) during the football games as well 
as door to door. At the beginning of No- 
vember our season started, practicing 
cheers as well as organizing the Pep Rally 
for winter sports. What would we have 
done without all the help of our advisor, 
Mrs. Norton, and all of the loyal fans? We 
would especially like to thank Jocelyn 
Gabriele, Brian Rioux, and Robbie Bor- 
retti for always being there! To the Hockey 
team: Thanks for putting up with us on the 
bus! You guys are awesome! 




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Basketball Cheerleaders 



We have had a fun and exuberant sea- 
son. The eleven of us became close 
through our problems and successes. 
The basketball team did great and we are 
very proud of them. Their close games 
and win gave us a lot to cheer about! As 
cheerleaders we will never forget: the 
deal, M.J.'s flowers, crush pyramids, the 
fall, bus trips, bowling, #21, and Gabe's 
dreams. Punctuality was never one of our 
strong points, but we got everything done. 
Thanks to all who supported and motiva- 
ted us at each game. And especially to 
Mrs. Devito, our advisor, who always 
made sure we did our best. 





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Softball 




The 1987 Softball season was definitely 
not a winning season. Despite this fact, 
the girls worked hard throughout the sea- 
son. As we began the season we realized 
that this would be a rebuilding year as we 
only had four returning varsity players. 
The rest of the team, most of which had 
some experience on J.V., were not used 
to the type of playing necessary for var- 
sity. Yet by the end of the season these 
players felt a certain confidence in their 
ability. 

The returning seniors for the 1 988 season 
are co-captains Christine McCarthy and 
Joanne Long, Wendy Schuka, Tina 
Marini, Ellen Donaldson and Meg 
Hewlett. Coach Mortimer and the team 
look forward to a promising season and 
hope to be a competitive force in the 
O.C.L 




J.V.: D. Ricciarelli, C. Cox, L. Whitman, M. Bonsor, C. Costello, S. Baines, C. Falls, J. Repucci, K. Ferrini, M. 
Healy, J. Welsh, M. Brooks, K. MacPhadden, Coach Mortimer 



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Varsity: T. Reed, K. White, N. Ferrini, S. Gilbert, M. Rafter, T. Marini, C. Higgins, J. Mortell, W. Schuka, T. Griffith, S. Addley, 
E. Donaldson, M. Howlett, C. McCarthy, J. Long, Coach Mortimer 



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Baseball 




Teamwork is a term that best describes 
the 1987 baseball team. Head coach 
Charles Green instilled a feeling of team 
unity with rigorous workouts in the gym 
well before the start of the season. With 
this unity the Harbormen went on to have 
a successful year (twelve wins, six losses) 
and qualified for the state tournament for 
the first time in four years. 

The team was scouted as an offensive 
squad with the potential to score runs. 
However, early in the season it was the 
pitching that won the ball games, with sev- 
eral shutouts. The bats soon caught fire 
and were responsible for many of the later 
wins. 

The team played in the tough Old Col- 
ony League which sent four teams to the 
state tournament. Hingham was ranked in 
the top ten in the state for most of the sea- 
son before losing to a good-hitting Xave- 
rian ball club in the first round of the play- 
offs. This loss did not take away what the 
Baseball team accomplished in 1 987, set- 
ting a mark for more success in the future. 





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J.V.: Coach Magner, C. Iqo, M. Vitti, A. Thornton, M. McCarthy, R. Cronin, B. Herman, D. Swanson, A. Cutler 
G. Healy, M. Kearney, A. Fulton, T. Berry, A. Smith, B. Harkins, J. Stebbins 



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Varsity: Coach Green, M. Hoffses, R. Enos, S. Parnell, P. Berigan, T. Frabotta, J. Magner, A. Larson, D. Shaw, J. Gilbert, C. Messina, L. Cinquegrano, D. Cummings, 
D. Ohman, K. Cox, M. Myers, D. Aganis, J. Agostino, Manager A. Gardner 







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Girls' Lacrosse 




Varsity: A. Mayer, A. Travis, K. Shaughnessy, M. Chaffee, L. Devin, A. Marcus, K. Kelliher, J. league, L. Svedman, K. Clifford K Wallace J 
Gifun, Coach Williams, Manager T. Sherry, L. Taylor, E. Avila, K. Vickery, H. Parsons, B. Carnes, K. Harkins, J. Williams 



The 1987 Girls' Lacrosse team played 
well throughout the season despite a loss 
to Acton-Boxboro in the semi-final round 
of the state tournament. Captains Lori 
Svedman, Lauren Devin, and Andrea 
Mayer led a strong senior class through a 
good season. Coach Williams is looking 
to rebuild in the upcoming season. 
Returning varsity players include: sopho- 
more Jessica Bradeen, juniors Elena 
Avila, Leigh Ann Taylor, and Jen Watson, 
and seniors Beckie Carnes, Heather 
Parsons, Lynn Devin, Kristen Harkins, 
and Kristen Vickery. Several strong junior 
varsity players will also return to help out. 
Captains Heather Parsons, Beckie 
Carnes, and Lynn Devin are looking for- 
ward to a good season and hope to lead 
the team to victory. 




J. v.: R. MacMurray, K. Heap, B. Hodges, S. Lash, S. Hackett, J. McDonough, B. Newell, D. Nolan, K. 
Schultz, L. Devin, C. Gorham, A. Bartlett, J. Beaulieau, J. Feeney, A. Cronin, K. Kababik, A. Mulane 



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Boys' Lacrosse 




"Line up for the Capt. Willie Drill", "Ground 
ball", "Weak pipes", "We've never lost in over- 
time.", "Beat Weymouth North", "Play hard all 
four quarters, win at the end." 
Hingham Lacrosse — hard work, team work, 
excitement and winning. The tradition con- 
tinues. 1986 - State Champs, 1987 State 
Semi-finals, 1988 - ? 

Dave Giarusso (Defense), Joe Doyle (Mid- 
field), and Rob Falvey (Attack), the tri- 
captalns lead the team to continue the 
Hingham Lacrosse tradition. This group of 
seniors only know winning, playing good la- 
crosse, coming from behind, building on a 
lead, giving 100%, loving the game and RUN- 
NING. 

The challenge is Division I for the first time and 
a new coach, but the potential is there to be 
realized. Rob Falvey will be one of the leading 
scorers in the league. Joe Doyle will explode 

with his quickness on face-offs and with his 
occasional hat trick of goals. Dave Giarusso 
will intimidate and deny opposing attackmen. 
Mike Brazis, having perfected his clearing 
pass will both defend the net and start the fast 
break. Chris Clapp, John Cassedy, and Kevin 
Lynch return as starters, ready to contribute. 




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Junior Varsity: S. Ayers, A. Grillo, S. Crowley, K. Doyle, J. Hughes, M. Nicholas, C. Caldwell, J. Levinson, M. 
Wolpers, J. Hannon, M. Kervin, T. Bennett, M. Wieman, K. Cosgrove, Coach Corel!, C. Adams, P. Levinson, 
A. Stonefield, J. Mullin, R. Russell, D. DeBruin, J. Horn, J. Ludwig, J. McKeough, S. Lindell 



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Up from J.V. as seniors and ready for varsity 
are Darby McGannon, Jon Hannon, Paul 
Levenson, and Jim McKeough. 
The underclassmen have their own stars. The 
team is deep and rich with talent. What 
remains is for the players to work hard for 



themselves and for each other. Potential is 
meaningless unless it is utilized. The greatest 
satisfaction comes with 100% effort and 
commitment, having left nothing on the field 
because all was given. The class of '88 has a 
lot to remember. 




Varsity: K. Lucey, P. Wilson, M. Gargano, P. Hess, D. McGannon, K. Lynch, K. Sampson, J. Cassedy, D. 
Giarusso, M. Brazis, C. Clapp, E. Leonard, K. Kay, Coach Oliver, R. Falvey, A. Prime, P. Boomer, J. Mortell, 
B. Sullivan, M. Delay, P. Winch, S. Wilson, J. Fitzwilliams 



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The girls' varsity tennis team continued 

their dominance of the Old Colony 

League in 1 987. Over the last three years, 

this team has won just about every 

championship possible in girls' tennis. 

This success comes from team pride and 

spirit as well as their continued pursuit o1 

■^Kw^A "*^ excellence. Tri-captains for spring 1988 

I are Sandra King, Lavinia Davis, and Alii- 

^ son Servetnick. The team is looking for- 

^ iv^ ^fi ward to another successful season and 

^tfl^^t'^'i the team goal is to win another State 

r^S^ t'- ^ Championship. Accomplishments: State 

^^ Champions 1985, 1986. O.C.L 

Champions: 1985, 1986, 1987. Individua 

Achievements: Sandra King 

"^ Massachusetts State Singles Champior 

1986, 1987. Allison Servetnick and Trac> 

MacKenzie, Massachusetts State 

Doubles Champions 1987. 



Varsity: S. Sarni, T. Anable, S. King, L. MacLean, H. Smith, J. Gabriel, A. Servetnick, L. Davis, J. Arena 



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Junior Varsity: J. Kurr, H. DuCasse, A. Shelsy, S. Turpie, M. Canavan, E. Ganduilia, P. Anable, J. DiMartinis, 
Coach Leone, K. Knab, B. Peleckis, A. Casciato, K. Malone, R. Schrier 



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Junior Varsity: N. Val<il, D. Mayer, M. Wright, J. Gaspa, J. Myerov, J. Sedaka, E. Chiu, B. Auger, E. Chalmers, 
C. Maguire, B. Johnson 



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The 1 987 tennis season was an optimistic 
one. The team had great success in 1 986. 
The team's accomplishments in 1986 
were impressive. We won all of our six- 
teen matches in the regular season, the 
Old Colony League Championship, the 
South Sectional Division II Champion- 
ship, and the Massachusetts State Divi- 
sion II Championship. Therefore, the 
1987 season was full of high ex- 
pectations. Our returning players were 
primarily seniors. Sean Kapinski, the 
number one player, was undefeated in 
1986 and 1987. Tom Leary, a four year 
veteran, was a strong number two player. 
Jamie Carroll also had a great season. 
Our doubles teams were strong. The 
doubles team of Matt Salvetti and Doug 
Scipone went 20-2 in 1987 and Brant 
Mehrmann and Jeff Scipione went 22-0 in 
1987. With the support of our alternates 
and Coach Carl Nelson, we made it to the 
semi-finals of the South Sections with a 
17-1 record. However, a tough match with 
Duxbury ended our hopes of a repeat of 
1 986. Eventhough the season ended on a 
negative note, we plan to have a great 
season in 1988. 




Varsity: Coach Nelson, G. Butler, J. Carol, B. Mehrman, M. Salvetti, J. Scipione, G. Kurr, T. Leary, M. McKenna, D. Scipione, C. Hoover, S. Kapinski, A. Plotner 



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Girls' Spring Track 

The 1 987 spring season was awesome. 
We ended the season with second place 
in the O.C.L. with a record of 7-1 . We also 
had strong showings in the state meet and 
the New England meet. Eleven girls went 
to the state meet in the mile relay, long 
jump, triple jump, and 300 meter hurdles. 
Th*e mile relay team, triple jumper Stacy 
Sullivan, long jumper Tanya Prime, and 
Christina Finlay in the hurdles qualified for 
the New England meet. Finlay placed 
second in her event. The whole team con- 
tributed to our success with their un- 
ending spirit. 



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Coach Herrmann, J. Dierks, T. Stein, N. Dellavolpie, C. Coccio, R. Richman, S. Margetts, B. Hertzberg, N. 
Langlois, A. Chin, L. Johnson, M. Messer, K. Kovatch, S. Sullivan, C. Finlay, L. Erichello, K. Shaw, L. C. 
Flynn, J. Fish, L. Stinson, R. Winokur, T. Prime, C. Willis, N. Ruffini, K. Tolle, C. Stevens 





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Ponichtera, B. Shane, S. Howe, C. Davies, B. Willis, M. McCourt, R. Ramsey, S. Leahy, J. Messer, J. Spiritc 
S. MacDonald, Coach Ryan, J. Harris, J. King, M. Cham, J. Hess, J. Diaz, C. Kent, B. Burros, B. Myers, B 
Hone, J. Muldoon, M. MacDonald, R. Langenhagen, T. Leahy 




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Boys' spring track was finally at home 
again. Having a home meet on a brand 
new track was a welcome sight in 1987. 
After being condemned in 1985, the only 
use for the old track was practice. The 
construction of the new facility enhanced 
the team spirit and attitude. This attitude 
led to a winning season, but more impor- 
tant was the enjoyment of participating at 
home as well as away. 




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Mykel: shocked and appalled?!? 



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West Side Story 

Last year's musical production of West 
Side Story was an enornfious success. 
The show played to sell-out audiences 
both nights. Many left the auditorium in 
tears due to the deeply moving per- 
formances of Michael Jordan and Becky 
Herzberg, who played the leading roles of 
Tony and Maria. Other leads were Jay 
Muldoon, Jon Metters, Robin Moyer, and 
John Hess. This year's seniors with lead- 
ing roles were Jamie O'Neil, Keith Ryan, 
Lisa McColgan, Missy Mayo, and Kathy 
Manning. West Side Story was directed 
by Mr. John Higgins, choreographed by 
Mrs. Donna Luther, and introduced Mr. 
Jeff Browne as musical director. 


















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JUNIOR PROM 1987 



On May 1 6, 1 987 hundreds of members 
of the Class of '88 came together at for 
one final celebration of the year, the Jun- 
ior Prom. 

The cafeteria of Plymouth River Ele- 
mentary School was transformed for the 
evening into a lovely ballroom, complete 
with streamers and balloons of silver, 
black, white, and pink. The atmosphere of 
elegance was compounded by a great 
disc jockey, wonderful refreshments, and 
beautifully dressed members of the class. 

As a result of the fantastic environment 
and, of course, the wonderful company, 
an enjoyable evening was experienced by 
all and many memories were made. 





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By 1 :30 October 24, the new field was 
clear and ready for play to begin for our 
Homecoming 1987 matchup against 
Bridgewater-Raynham. Although our 
football team fought hard, the victory was 
not to be ours, losing 14-0. 

During halftime Mr. MacLeod crowned 
Joe Doyle and f\/lissy Sullivan Homecom- 
ing King and Queen. The King and Queen 
were attended by court members 
Rebecca Lambert, Peter Kuperstein, 
Ellen Donaldson, John Myers, Jenn 
Mahoney, Dan Michon, Kathy Manning, 
Mike Watson, Beckie Carnes, and Dave 
Giarusso. 

Later that night, the members of the 
court joined many others to celebrate 
Homecoming 1987 at the dance. 




Mr. MacLeod, Missy & Joe 




Beckie & Dan 



Kathy & John 



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THE MUSIC MAN 



This year's fall musical was Meredith 
Willson's "The Music Man". Over 75 
students participated in the production 
working in both cast and crew. The show 
was a huge success, receiving standing 
ovations at all three performances. "The 
Music Man" was directed by drama teach- 
er John Higgins and choreographed by 
Mrs. Donna Luther. The musical direction 
of the 1 6 piece pit orchestra and cast was 
by Mr. Jeff Browne. Outstanding perfor- 
mances by principle actors Jamie O'Neil, 
Kathy Piazza, Matt Pederson, Keith 
Ryan, Missi Mayo, T.D. Carpenter, Amy 
Hutchinson, Cheryl White, and Greg Hren 
also helped to make the play memorable. 





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CAST 
(In Order of Appearance) 



Charlie Cowell Matt Pedersen 

Salesman #1 Richard Leek 

Salesman #2 Andrew Leary 

Salesman #3 Ben Budde 

Salesman #4 James McKeough 

Conductor Tyler Gulden 

Harold Hill James O'Neil 

Mayor Shinn Keith Ryan 

Ewart Dunlop Michael Benard 

Oliver Hicks Carson Lynch 

Jacey Squires Edward Chiu 

Olin Britt Brook Gracia 

Marcellus Washburn Terrone Carpenter 

Tommy Djilas. Gregory Hren 

Marian Paroo Katherine Piazza 

Mrs. Paroo Missi Mayo 

Amaryllis Emily Bartholomew 

Winthrop Paroo Sandy Weymouth 

Eulalie HacKecknie Shinn. . . Amy Hutchinson 

Zaneeta Shinn Cheryl White 

Gracie Shinn Katherine Alter 

Alma Hicks Kathleen Manning 

Maud Dunlop Wendy Schuka 

Ethel TofEelmier Lisa McColgan 

Mrs. Squires June E. Desmond 

Mrs. Britt Kim Butler 

Mrs. Wilson Beth Hallett 

Constable Locke Ian McRae 





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Spirit Week 




Traditionally, Seniors win the contests 
of Spirit Week. The Class of 1 988 was no 
different. We dominated most of the ac- 
tivities of the week, including the tug-of- 
war, the jello-eating contest, the lemon 
and lime eating contest, and through the 
talents of Katie White and John Myers, the 
bread-pushing contest. 

Our wall, though not voted the best of all 
three classes, did express much about 
our class. Decorated with "We had the 
time of our lives" theme and covering all 
aspects of life in Hingham, from windsurf- 
ing to graduation, it definitely showed in- 
genuity and deserved to win. 

Through our remarkable victory at Spirit 
Week and our behavior at the pep rally, it 
was clear that the Class of 1988 was, 
without contest, the most spirited class in 
the school. 




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Harborlight 




Editors: K. Butler, H. DuLawrence, K. Malone, A. Iser, J. Hughes, E. Torrey, A. 
Butler, P. Kuperstein 



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This year, the Hingham High School newspaper, The Har-- 
borlight, came under the reign of a new editorial staff. Editors-. 
in-Chief Ethan Torrey and Allison Butler, Features Editors Kirrif 
Butler and Jeff Crawford, News Editors Bob Delise and Allison r 
Iser, Sports Editors Peter Kuperstein and Jamie Hughes, and; 
Art Editor Ed Sargent composed the hierarchy of the school's 
periodical. 

This year The Harborlight confronted critical, social, and edu- 
cation issues, yet maintained light entertainment reviews. Cre-- 
ative writing augmented the Features Department by adding an' 
element of the unrestrained imagination to the paper. The arti' 
cles were accompanied by dramatic photography and illus 
trations from the Art Department. 
Special thanks go to Mrs. Rehnquist and Mr. Ozug for their flaw- • 
less words of wisdom which permeated our every thought and: 
action. 




staff: E. Torrey, A. Butler, H. DuLawrence, K. Butler, K. Malone, N. Biaustien, F. 
Hall, A. Youssef, L. Carey, P. Kuperstein, D. Ngo, A. Iser, M. Healey, J. Hughes, 
C. McManus, L. McColgan 



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Yearbook 




>taff: L. Boretti, K. Beal, G. Happ, M. Carty, L. Devin, R. Lambert, K. Vickery, S. Taarland, E. Donaldson, L. McColgan, E. Watson, M. Gannon, K. Norton, A. Kletjian, 
). Finn, A. Farrell, M. Costello, C. Klay 



The 1988 Yearbook staff started meeting 
early in October in order to create this 
"masterpiece." We embarked on what would 
be five months of constant headaches and 
anxieties, no one ever quite knowing how to do 
things, but always (with help from the ever- 
vigilant Dick Swiech) learning and cramming 
to meet our deadlines. What you see before 
you is the product of hours of work, not always 
accomplished in a clear state of mind, with our 
"wackiness" often adding to our creativity. 

We, the Editors, sincerely hope you find this 
book representative of this experience that is 
called Hingham High School. We would like to 
thank everyone who helped us in any way, 
from the typists to the write-up writers, and for 
the general positive feelings of the whole 
school toward this project. We hope you all 
forgive our nagging and interruptions after you 
see the results of our efforts. 

We would especially like to thank Mr. Frank 
Tierney for his expertise and wisdom and for 
teaching us that if we have a good idea we 
should just "RUN WITH IT!" 
ENJOY! 




Editors: K. Beal, A. Farrell, R. Lambert, K. Vickery 



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National Honor Society 




Members: L. Gervasi, J. Arena, M. Gannon, K. Reichenbacher, C. Roche, L. Rovnak, A. Farrell, E. Torrey, E. 
Donaldson, J. Lewis, P. Spiegler, K. Beal, K. Kovatch, K. Butler, A. Hutchinson, T. Stein, N. Baldwin 



The nineteen new members of this year's 
National Honor Society continued the 
society's traditions of high standards of 
scholarship and service. Earlier in the: 
year, N.H.S. helped to greet and assist 
the evaluating team that evaluated H.H.S. 
this year. Exceptional members sacrificed: 
their Sunday and various study periods; 
during the week to assist the evaluators in 
any way possible and to make their stay, 
more pleasant. Since January, the society, 
has been involved in a program to assist 
the Resource Room with tutorial services. 
Among other notable activities is the 
society's 5th annual canoe trip through 
Vermont. "The Rough Riders" Bob Delise 
and Ned Baldwin, set a new record for 
completing the trip in nine days, two 
hours, and fifteen minutes. This will surely 
be a tough time to beat. To start a newv 
tradition, N.H.S. has decided to hold the 
first annual student-faculty jai-alai tourna- 
ment this year. It's sure to be a hit, espe- 
cially if Mr. Tierney agrees to play! — 
Words to live by for next year's N.H.S. 
from the immortal Frank Tierney: "We're 
elite and we're o.k." 




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Officers: L. Gervasi (secretary), N. Baldwin (treasurer), J. Arena (vice-president), P. Spiegler (president) 



Junior Awards 




<. Beal, M. Fragakis, E. Donaldson, M. Long, T. Stein, K. White, L. Rovnak, J. Arena, K. Kovatch, N. Baldwin, P. Spiegler, A. Farrell, J. Haley, K. Reichenbacher 



In the spring, juniors who have excelled in 
icademics as well as participated in extra- 
curricular activities are honored by uni- 
versities and colleges for their achievements 
n High School. The following were recipients 
)f the book awards: 
Brown Book Award: Peter Spiegler 
Colby Book Award: Bob Delise 
Dartmouth Book Award: Ned Baldwin 
Harvard Book Award: Peter Spiegler 
Holy Cross Book Award: Katherine Beal 
Lehigh Book Award: Ann Marie Farrell 
Manhattanville Book Award: Laura Rovnak 
Mount Holyoke Book Award: Tanya Stein 
Princeton Book Award: Kristina Kovatch 
Smith Book Award: Ellen Donaldson 
Suffolk Book Award: Julie Arena 
Along with the Book Awards, a variety of 



certificates and honors were distributed. The 
following received awards: 

Society of Women Engineers: Kristina 
Kovatch (highest honors), Katherine Beal 
(high honors), and Tanya Stein (honors) 

Bausch and Lomb Honorary Science Award 
and Medal: Ned Baldwin 

Home Economics Awards: Katherine Beal 
and Jenny Gibson 

Hingham Historical Society Award: Ann 
Marie Farrell, Donna, Finn, and Karen 
Reichenbacher 

National History Day Regional Winners: 
Ann Marie Farrell, Donna Finn, Kristina 
Kovatch, Jamie O'Neil, and Karen 
Reichenbacher 

English Department Award: Kristina 
Kovatch 



Foreign Language Awards: Laura Rovnak 
and Cheryl White 

Latin Awards: Ned Baldwin, Melissa Carty, 
Philippe Joublin, and Christine Klay 

Math Awards: Bob Delise and Mike Long 

Business Awards: Melinda Field, Kathy 
Libby, Lisa Simonetti, Mary Fragakis, Chris- 
tine Canavan, Joanne Long, and Jen Haley 

Industrial Arts Award: Henry Holler, David 
Hall and Brian Herman 

Art Awards: Jen Culbert, Jennifer Carling, 
Christine Klay, and Tyler Gulden 

Music Awards: Michael Connors, June Des- 
mond, Dena Pettiti, Wendy Schuka, Joy 
Thompson, and Tanya Stein 

Physical Education Awards: Katie White 
and Jimmy Bishop 



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A.F.S. Club 




G. Kletjian, D. O'Conner, B. Sharpe, L. Thaxter, C. Reddish, B. Lasky, M. Sweeney, B. Gracia, N. Langlois, M. Chung, J. Fish, S. Freedman, J. Soto, B. Hallett, C. 
Carney, M. Howlett, C. Shelmer, P. DiMarino, A. Salanova, S. MacDonald, J. Mattos, J. Parillo, A. Sanocki, D. Scipione, M. Taylor, K. McManus, S. Smith, Ai 
Goldberg, L. Reimold, C. White, E. Arroyo, S. Horn, L. McColgan, S. Rodriguez, B. Farmer, C. Canavan, J. Lewis, M. Gannon, J. Aprea, C. Strone, M. Long, G. Happ 
M. Carty, P. Joublin, N. Baker, J. Keating, L. Keating, R. Schreier, D. Ngo, S. Vaiovic, C. Flynn, C. Cortese, S. Cusack, D. Finn, R. Leek, K. Kovatch, K. Schultz, E 
Shannon, S. Lindell, G. Gregoire, A. Shelsy, L. Rovnak, A. Kletjian, M. Costello, J. Diercks, J. DiMartinis, K. Cannon, J. Keegan, C. Costello, L. Davis, D. DiMarino, M\ 
Kearney, M. Kay, M. Pomeroy, B. Budde, B. Phifer, S. Gregoire, F. Hall, R. Lambert, K. Beal, H. DuCasse, B. Pelekis, L. Wightman, S. Carr, J. Hughes, J. Messer, J 
Roper, P. O'Conner, B. Livingston, A. Williams, S. Cook, E. Osier, P. Spiegler, J. Arena, K. Butler, L. Gervasi, M. Aprea, L. Cordiero, N. Baldwin, D. Pettiti, P. Carney! 



The A.F.S. Club at Hingham High School is one of the most ac- 
tive clubs in the school. This year we had a record 250 members 
— the largest A. F. S. Club in New England. In the A.F.S. Club we 
learn about foreign countries and cultures, and exchange ideas 
and experiences with the foreign students. Although not all of the 
foreign students are affiliated with A.F.S., we welcome them all 
and give them our support. 

Throughout the year we have many activities. We go on hikes 
and have Dance-A-Thons for charity. In 1986 half our earnings 
from the Dance-A-Thon went to Shriner's Burn Institute and in 
1 987 the earnings went to AIDS Research. We have also done 
charity work at The Friends Home on Turkey Hill in Hingham. 
The ski trips we sponsor are always fun and are often new ex- 
periences for the students, both foreign and American. 
The highlight of the Club's year is the Short-Term Exchange with 
another town in the United States. About 35-40 students from 
another A.F.S. Club stay with Hingham students for one week. In 
return, we stay in their homes for one week later in the year. Past 
exchanges have included Alcoa, Tennessee in 1986; Berwyn, 
Pennsylvania in 1987; and this year's exchange to Portsmouth, 
Virginia. 

We will always remember Chubby Bunny, The Beach Party, rak- 
ing in sub-zero weather, the famous/infamous slides, 20 ques- 
tions with David as Frank Perdue, the bus trips with Joe, and the 
making of the ever so popular A.F.S. calendars. Don't forget the 
hoobies! With the wonderful help of our advisor Ms. Gillard the 
A.F.S. Club is a great success. 



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Officers: D. DiMarino, J. Arena, P. DiMarino, B. Hallett, L. Davis, P. Carney, B 
Phifer, B. Lasky, N. Baldwin, L. Thaxter 



nternational Students Club 




Jorge Soto, Andres Salanova, Ana Rodriguez. Missing: Manolo Toledano, Daniel Marcilio, Celine Charniaux, Zerrin Erkal, Itay Maman, and Carsten Webber. 



This year Hingham High was lucky 
jnough to have ten exchange students. 
pThese students came together to form the 
first International Students Club at HHS. 
By selling tickets to basketball games as 
well as selling candy the club was able to 
raise enough money to travel to New York 
City for a trip this Spring. 

The International Students Club in- 
cluded: E. Arroyo and S. Rodriguez from 
Mexico, J. Soto and M. Toledano from 
Spain, C. Charniaux from France, C 



Webber from West Germany, D. Marcilio 
from Brazil, Z. Erkal from the Turkish Re- 
public of Northern Cyprus, A. Salanova 
from Argentina, and I. Maman from Israel. 
The members of the club would like to 
thank their advisors, Mrs. Gustafson and 
Mr. Nionakis, for all their help, as well as 
the students of HHS for their hospitality 
and friendship. Each of the foreign 
students will always remember their awe- 
some year in Hingham, and assure us that 
they will be back to visit again. 




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Amnesty International 




Members: D. Shaw, J. Fish, M. Pederson, B. Phifer, K. Butler, L. McColgan, E. Chiu, C. Lynch, M. Sweeney, C. White, G. Gratto, J. Mahoney, S. Taarland, M. 
Gannon, W. Schuka, M. Carty, M. Bernard, B. Budde, C. Reddish, L. Reimold, A. Hutchinson, B. Gracia, J. Diercks, H. Ducasse, M. LeCann, L. Kilmartin, L. Gen/asi, 
M. Pomeroy, N. Baldwin, L. Rovnak 



Amnesty International got off to a good start this year, success- 
fully forming a solid base from which to grow in the future years. 
Meetings were held and letters were written for fervent Al mem- 
bers, in order to protect the human rights of numerous prisoners 
of conscience, including children held in Iraq and Ethiopia, as 
well as prisoners of conscience in Zimbabwe and Bulgaria. The 
response to Amnesty's first fund-raiser, the Write-a-thon, was 
overwhelming and has made further fundraisers and publicity 
endeavors viable for the upcoming year. A former prisoner of 
conscience, from Chile, Reverend Torres, visited the school in 
order to raise student awareness of the human rights violations 
occurring around the world and promote the good works of 
Amnesty International. Best wishes to the Class of '89 in con- 
tinuing the fight to preserve human rights around the world. 




MUfllMM 

Officers: B. Phifer, A. Hutchinson, K. Butler 



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rench Club 




Members: B. Sharpe, E. Chiu, M. Bernard, R. Leek, L. Whiteman, B. Laskey, K. McFadd, S. Baynes, B. Falvey, H. Fisher, A. Cronin, M. Augur, K. Carolyn, A. Butler, 
L. Loughman, P. Hess, M. Flaherty, S. Smith, D. Ngo, L. Smith, K. Schultz, J. Fish, A. Youssef 




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Officers; M. Augur, M. Bernard, E. Chiu, A. Cronin, K. Carolyn, P. Hess 



During the past year the French club was involved in several 
activities. The club held picnics during the fall, movie parties, 
visited French restaurants, and attended the show "Les Mis- 
erables." The club also took a trip to New York City to sightsee 
and tour the U.N. All of these activities were funded by a candy 
sale earlier this year. In April, the French club and Mrs. Flaherty 
will tour France for nine days. They plan to visit Paris, Versailles, 
Avignon, the south of France, and the French Riviera. 



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Spanish Club 




front — P. Joublin, K. Vickery, M. Kay, N. Cummings, Mrs. Robison, K. Kababik, B. Dawe, L. Lewis, J. Arena, standing — L. DeVlin, M. Costello, A. Kletjian, J. 
Ramsey, M. Sweeny, P. O'Connor, C. Reddish, G. Happ. left of stairs — E. Reimold, E. Watson, stairs — J. Gabriel, D. Finn, J. Soto, S. Trudell, M. Kearney, M. 
Gannon, S. Taarland, A. Farrell, K. Kovatch, K. Manning 

We have organized many diverse activities for the Spanish club this year. 
We were very pleased to see the popularity of the club as evidenced by our 
ever increasing membership. We have done many new things this year. We 
watched several movies at our president, Kathy Kababik's house, including 
Carmen and Tristana. We continued with traditional activities such as 
attending ethnic restaurants. We had a great turn out for our trip to EL Torito 
and a successful excursion to Hingham's newest restaurant, Chili's. Our 
members were very active in several causes this year. Our teaching pro- 
gram was once again a great success and this year we adopted a worthy 
charity to which we passed on some of the money we were so successful in 
earning. Finally, we terminated our year with a great cookout/pool party 
which attracted many members, both old and new. 




Officers: Elizabeth Watson, 
Ann Marie Farrell 



Melissa Gannon, Katharine Kababik, 



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student Council 




jOfficers: Jill Buchwalter — President; Beckie Carnes — Secretary; Kristina Kovatch — Treasurer; Jocelyn 
;Gabriel — Vice-President 



This year's student council set out on a 
strong start in September and continued 
its endurance throughout the year. This 
year's council boosted moral through its 
class-spirited activities such as spirit 
week, winter Olympics, and Mayday fes- 
tival. The council also made a point of 
making social concerns aware to the 
students, as these are issues which 
directly concern them. Money was raised 
for AIDS Research, a blood drive was 
conducted with senior donors under the 
auspices of the Red Cross Association, 
as well as an assembly to inform students 
of the dangers of pollution in Boston 
Harbor and how it affects the Hingham 
community. The council also sponsored a 
nine-year-old foster child from Haiti. Much 
of the success of this year's council was 
due to a great advisor, Mr. Low, a well bal- 
anced chain of responsibility, and most 
importantly, a fine, spirited group of coun- 
cil members who know what it means to 
make a difference. 




front — K. Norton, C. Roche, S. Connelly, A. Capella, H. Parsons, K. White, B. Hodges, A. Cronin, C. Gorham. sitting — P. Kuperstein, P. Spiegler, A. Taylor, K. 
Costello, S. Lash, C. Norton, R. Lambert, A. Davies, N. Delavolpe. standing — C. Murley, M. Healy, K. Costeilo, B. Carnes, T. Cornell, J. Spellman, P. Hess, D. 
Groffith, J. Hughs, J.Theopolis, K. Kovatch, C. Spirito, A. Shelsy, C. Kovatch, Nichole Buba, Diane Bossy, left of stairs — J. Thompson, K. Harkins, W. Schuka. stairs 
— L. Keating, H. Smith, S. Sullivan, M. Zaccardi, J. Gabriel, J. Buchwalter, M. Rielly, J. Gilbert, D. Giarusso, K. Hurley, C. Roche, K. Manning, A. Butler, K. Ryan, T. 
Anable, E. Donaldson. 



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Student Advisory to the School Committee 



The students who serve on the Student 
Advisory to the School Committee, Katie 
Norton, John Gilbert, Joy Thompson, 
Kristen Hurley, and Wendy Schuka, are 
responsible for offering information and 



advice concerning student-related issues everything from summer reading to drugs 

to the members of the School Committee, in the schools. The members of the Stu- 

In effect, the students are non-voting dent Advisory were elected by the 

members of the School Committee. This students of the High School, 
year these students have dealt with 




Joy Thompson, Wendy Schuka, John Gilbert, Katie Norton 



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Class Officers 




Junior Officers: Stacy Sullivan, Jofin Theophilos, Heidi Smith, Chrissy Norton 



Throughout this past year, the junior class has shown their 
school spirit by planning many activities and fundraisers which 
will enable our class to come together on May 1 4, 1 988 at the 
junior prom. Activities such as candy sales, candy cane mes- 
sages at Christmas, carnation sales on Valentine's Day have 
helped greatly in raising money for our ever-increasing costs. 
We are extremely proud of the fact that we won the wall contest 
during Spirit Week in November, the most prominent award in 
that event. We, the Class of '89, wish the Class of '88 the best of 
luck! 



The sophomore class officers are Dan Griffith as president, 
Katie Costello as vice-president, Alison Taylor as secretary, and 
Caitlin Kelliher as treasurer. Between the officers and the help of 
the class representatives, we have given a donation to the 
American Cancer Society, sold candy, sold carnations, and 
have participated in many if not all school activities. Each 
member of the class council has put much time and effort into 
each activity which has helped out the class and the school as a 
whole immensely. We also play a part in the school-wide Stu- 
dent Council. It is commonplace that the sophomores have a 
slow start getting involved in school activities and spirit but it 
looks as if we are off to an unusually good start. 




Sophomore Officers: Allison Taylor, Katie Costello, Dan Griffith, missing: Caitlin 
Kelliher 



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S.A.D.D. 




Members: K. Beal, L. Davis, R. Lambert, J. Mahoney, J. Roper, K. Libby, B. Livingston, M. Kay, P. Hart, M. Gannon, C. Norton, S. IVlacDonald, P. Joublin, K. Gould, H. 
DuCasse, K. Malone, M. Mayo, A. Shesy, S. Greene, E. Reimold, J. Russell, T. Cafferty, G. Happ, L. Keating, B. Hodges, S. Lash, J. Hughes, A. Davies, M. Costello, 
S. Taarland, N. Blustien 



S.A.D.D. (Students Against 
Driving Drunk) was started in 
1986. The familiar phrase 
"Friends don't let friends drive 
drunk" heard every Friday on 
the announcements is a vital 
part of S.A.D.D. 

S.A.D.D. has sold key 
chains and T-shirts, has had a 
float in the Fourth of July 
parade, has had a crashed car 
outside of the school for the 
Senior and Junior Proms, and 
has had an assembly for the 
students on drunk driving. 

The officers, Lavinia Davis, 



Katherine Beal, and Rebecca 
Lambert, have put a lot of time 
into this club. The club is 
based on a willingness to fight 
for education on and preven- 
tion of drunk driving, and 
hopes for an even greater turn 
out to support its efforts next 
year. 

We would like to thank our 
advisor, Mr. Peter Bailey, for 
all his help in getting S.A.D.D. 
off to a good start. 

Remember "FRIENDS 
DON'T LET FRIENDS DRIVE 
DRUNK!" 



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Officers: K. Beal, R. Lambert, L. Davis 



Sailing Team 




J. Culbert, B. Pfiefer, C. Strone, S. Freedman, C. Harries, C. Cordiero, L. Norton, K. Ryan, J. O'Neil 



The spirited youth of the HHS sailing team 
are drowning in a sea of a retarded tradi- 
tion. Under the astute leadership of Cap- 
tain Jon Metters and Captain Merrill 
"Stubbing" Norton, the sailing team cap- 
tured second in the state finals held at 
M.I.T. and tenth in the New England 
championships. We were immeasurably 



helped by the presence and support of our 
coach Ernest "The Green Sticka" St. 
Jean, without whom the sailing team 
would not be able to sail. The team was 
fortunate in that there were few serious in- 
juries, except for the near loss of Keith 
Ryan's legs. Overall, the season was suc- 
cessful, considering the lack of organiza- 



tion we seemed to experience often. 
The year it appears the team will be 
coachless. The captains, Keith Ryan and 
Jamie O'Neil, are hoping to take the team 
to the national championship in An- 
napolis, MD. At the very least, the team 
hopes to gain a good state and New En- 
gland ranking. 



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Math Team 




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B. Pfiefer, M. Sweeney, L. McColgan, N. Baldwin, L. Gervasi, D. Finn 



Football . . . basketball . . . lacrosse . . . 
why bother? Come and be a part of the 
ultimate sporting endeavor ... the math 
team. Why waste your time catching a 
football when you can join a team that has 
no practices and meets only six times a 
year. Join the math team now!! Seriously, 
though. The REAL truth about the math 



team is that is has nothing to do with math 
at all. The name is just a front for the best 
kept secret at Hingham High. The truth is 
that Mr. Baisden uses the math team 
funds to take the club into Bermuda six 
times a year, and get the varsity team 
completely sunburned ... as a school 
sponsored event! So you see, the only 



reason we call this travesty the "Math 
team" is because when heavy hitters like 
Pete Giordano starts looking for girls, you 
have to be able to count pretty high to 
keep trade. So for those of you still in 
Hingham High, if you can count to high 
numbers while covered with Hawaiian 
Tropic, join up!! 



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Band 




Members: W. Schuka, M. Field, J. Thompson, T. Markowitz, H. Macchio, C. Strone, J. Theopolis, B. Johnson, B. Farmer, J. Robinson, IVI. Darling, C. Canavan, M. 
Gannon, S. Blampied, S. Tarland, P. Hess, L. Sullivan, B. Torrey, K. Raymond, B. Steves, E. Viscarolasaga, M. Fernald, S. Cusack, D. Rayburn, B. McCabe, B. 
Pelekis, M. Healey, K. Delay, M. Goldsmith, V. Capella, M. Zaccardi, J. Pimentel, B. Blair, A. Kletjian, M. Costello, C. Flynn, C. Shannon, L. Bitner, J. Fish, M. 
Canavan, R. McKenzie 

The Hingham High School Band is one of 
the top bands in the state of Mas- 
sachusetts. It has been since the arrival of 
its dedicated Director Jeff Browne. Being 
critical of sound and commitment, Mr. 
Browne has brought his band to state 
wide and national competitions where 
they have placed in the top three in both 
Jazz Band and Concert Band Competi- 
tion. The outlook for the band in 1 988 has 
been a positive one and as always the 
band will hold up the standard that is its 
foundation; winning many more awards. If 
any question arises as to whether the 
band is as good as last year's or the year 
before that, all one has to do is walk down 
the cafeteria and stand outside the band- 
room door G period and be struck where 
they stand by the magnificence of the 
band's unique sound. Try it and listen for 
yourself. 



Officers: K. Kovatch, W. Schuka, S. Tarland, M. Field, A. Kletjian, C. Klay, P. Hess, R. McKenzie, T. Marko- 
witz, J. Theophilos, B. McCabe, D. Rayburn, J. Thompson, J. Hughes. 




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Jazz Band 




W. Schuka, M. Field, H. Macchio, B. Johnson, C. Strone, E. Viscarolasaga, K. Raymond, D. Swanson, D. Rayburn, B. 
McCabe, S. Taarland, P. Spiegler, N. Richardson, A. Sanocki, J. Hughes, B. Torrey, J. Theopolis, P. Hess 



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With thirteen out of its twenty- 
three members graduating 
last year, the infamous 
Hingham High Jazz Band was 
thought to be doomed, never 
to be seen again — much like 
a half-decent space in the 
parking lot. Say it ain't sol 
Well, it ain't so. With the 
appearance of many talented 
sophomores from both junior 
highs, and the invaluable ex- 
perience of veteran seniors, 
we're pretty damn good this 
year. (Oh yeah, the juniors are 
o.k., too). In the Southeast 



District Jazz Festival in Nor- 
wood, MA, the Jazz Band won 
third place honors out of an ex- 
tremely competitive group of 
top bands from around the 
states. This finish entitles the 
group to continue on to the 
state competition in Fitchburg, 
MA. At the District Festival, 
Hingham had three of its mem- 
bers honored for their solos 
during the program — Jamie 
Hughes on saxophone, Peter 
Spiegler on guitar, and Cris 
Strone on bass. Both the*Band 
and the Jazz Band are plan- 



ning a trip to Toronto, Canada i 
in May to compete with other ' 
bands from across the coun-' 
try. This trip is a result of the' 
grueling slave labor required; 
during the Band's annual 
citrus fruit sale in November 
and December. All in all, it's 
been a successful year, and 
we owe Mr. Browne an enor- 
mous thank you (even though 
we never, ever, ever got to 
leave before 4; PM at re- 
hearsal!). 



Chorus 




M. Friedman, J. Roper, J. Desmond, S. Moran, M. Connors, A. Bastiani, K. Ryan, D. Riccirelli, B. Bowen, W. Schuka, M. Mayo, D. Pettiti, G. Richards, S. Rodriguez, 
A. Hutchinson, S. Murphy 




This year, for the first time in 
over twenty years, the chorus 
was not under the direction of 
Salvadore Bartolotti. Dr. Cap- 
pers, the new choral director, 
has been working hard with 
the chorus officers, president 
Keith Ryan, vice-president 
Janet Roper, treasurer Wendy 
Schuka and secretary June 
Desmond. Together, it was 
decided that the chorus would 
not go on an exchange concert 
or travel to a festival. This 
allowed Dr. Cappers to settle 



in before undertaking such a 
venture. 

Last year the chorus, in addi- 
tion to the two concert, trav- 
elled to Tonawanda, NY for an 
exchange concert. This trip 
was peculiarly fun. All chorus 
members enjoyed the trip 
which featured a side trip to 
the Niagara Falls. Hopefully, 
the chorus will be able to take 
similar such fun trips in the 
future. The entire chorus 
wishes Dr. Cappers the best of 
luck in building the chorus. 



Officers: M. Friedman, K. Ryan, M. Connors, J. Roper, J. Desmond, W. Schuka, 
S. Moran 



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Choral Spectrum 



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G. Richards, M. Bernard, E. Chiu, L. McColgan, B. Bowen, B. Hallett, J. Sedaca, M. Field, G. Gregoire, B. Budde, S. 
Rodriguez, L Kilmartin, S. Moran 



Choral Spectrum is made 
up of a group of select choral 
singers. This fun and exciting 
group sings show choir music, 
madrigal pieces (Renaissance 
music), as well as singing and 
dancing combined. We would 
like to thank Dr. Cappers for 
his patience and ingenuity in 
order to create some excellent 
shows. We have all had a 
wonderful time and we would 
like to wish success to the 
group in the future. 



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J 



Orchestra 

The Hingham High School 
Orchestra was once again at 
its best this year. We had quite 
an exciting year. Although our 
European Tour was cancelled, 
much to this dismay of our 
overseas fans, we did play in 
the Winter and Spring con- 
certs at the High School, the 
MSOA festival in Shrewsbury, 
the MICA festival, and for the 
senior citizens at the home on 
Thaxter Street. 

Though the orchestra itself 
did not make any public 
appearances, our talented or- 
ganization was well repre- 
sented in the Semsba and Dis- 
trict Orchestras. All members 
that auditioned were ac- 
cepted. Special recognition is 
deserved by Beth Hallett, who 
was chosen for the All-State 
Orchestra viola section, and 
Joanie Pimental and Cecily 
Kovatch who were seated first 
and second chairs respec- 
tively in the Semsba cello sec- 
tion. 




L. Parke, B. Hallett, C. Strone, J. Pimental, C. Pereto, P. Carney, M. Chung, T. Stein 




Officers: M. Chung, B. Hallett, P. Carney, T. Stein 



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Drama Club 

The drama club is, without a doubt, one of 
Hingham High's most successful clubs. It has 
produced sell-out shows, award-winning per- 
formances, and quite possibly, future stars. 
Thanks to several extremely patient and tal- 
ented adult advisors, the drama club has been 
able to; put on a total of three shows per year, 
sponsor an annual trip to N.Y.C., and gain rec- 
ognition as one of the state's finest high school 
drama clubs. Hats off to Mr. Higgins, Mrs. 
Luther, Mr. Browne, Mr. Lacatell (and his 
■Love Rhino"), Mr. Berlenbach (how do you 
catch a unique rabbit?), and Mrs. Susan 
"MOM" Kilmartin. 

Last year, the drama club took its festival play 
The Little Toy Dog all the way to the state 
finals in Boston. The show won a total of five 
awards for outstanding performances. This 
year s play, The Honorable Urashima Taro, 
is expected to go even farther. 
The drama club will continue to produce excel- 
lent shows, veteran "Luthercizers," and tal- 
ented actors for a very long time. 




Officers: K. Ryan, T. Gulden, M, Pedersen, M. Mayo, J. O'Neil, L. McColgan 




Members: B. Sharpe, C. Maesher, M. Bernard, M. Kay, R. Leek, F. Frary, C. White, B. Gracia, K. Schalmer, K. Butler, G. Gregoire, I. McCray, S. Moran, M. Darling, K 
Ryan, H. Warsofsky, J. O'Neil, T. Gulden, M. Pederson, M. Mayo, L. McColgan, B. Bowen, A. Turner, A. Zona, M. Howlett, C. Carney, M. Carty, J. Bossee, B. Hallett, 
L. Thaxter, B. Livingston, G. Wren, J. Mahoney, J. Roper, L. Kilmartin, D. Pettiti, G. Gratto, M. Szabo, R. Howe, A. Leary, K. Piazza, C. Marden, K. Manning, M 
Pomeroy, A. Hutchinson, L. Rovnak, J. Mattos, N. Baldwin, E. Sttamon, T. McColgan, L. Cordiero, L. Wightman. 



Thespian Society 

The Thespian Society is an elite group 
of actors. It is a great honor to be inducted 
into the Thespian Society. To become a 
member one must have done at least 1 00 
hours work that can not be all acting and 
one must be in at least four High School 



productions beginning in ninth grade. All 
members of the Thespian Society receive 
a free magazine as well as a card of mem- 
bership. 

In the spring, Thespian Nite is held. At 
this gathering new members are in- 



ducted, there are play presentations, and 
stand-up comedy. The members of the 
Thespian Society also participate in Hu- 
manities Nite. The Thespian society is an 
International organization and all the 
members are members for life. 




J. McKeough, M. Pederson, T. Gulden, M. Kay, B. Gracia, C. White, K. Schalmer, J. Mattos, L. Kilmartin, J. Roper, K. Piazza, H. Warsofsky, K. Ryan, A. Turner, J. 
O'Niel, M. Bernard, A. Leary, B. Hallett, L Thaxter, R. Leek, J. Bossee, D. Pettiti, I. McCray, S. Moran, G. Gregoire, C. Marden, K. Manning, M. Pomeroy, K. Butler, A. 
Hutchinson, L Rovnak, N. Baldwin, G. Gratto, L. McColgan, F. Frary, M. Mayo. 



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Friendship is a golden chain 
the links are friends so dear, and 
like a rare and precious jewel 
It's treasured more each year . . . 
It's clasped together firmly with a 
love that's deep and true, and 
it's rich with happy memohes and 
fond recollections too . . . 
Time can't destroy its beauty for, 
as long as memory lives, 
years can't erase the pleasure that 
the joy of friendship gives . . . 
For friendship is a priceless gift 
that can't be bought or sold, 
But to have an understanding friend 
It's worth far more than gold. 
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Is a strong and blessed tie. 
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will ever know 
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and all things that grow 
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on the cool ocean sand 
I'm the hot blazing sun at the 

end of the day. 
And I know all the things that 

you wanted to say 
But don't cry for me 
I've just won my best race 
That is why God has chosen me 

To come live in his place! 

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Who's there in times of trouble 

and on whom we can depend . 
A fhend who knows the faults 

we have 

but loves us as we are . . . 
Of all the blessings life can bring 

a friend's the best by far. 



Go on. 

It's time for us to part. 

Let me know 

Someday 

if you see a shy girl from a foreign land 

find paradise 

take your dream and make it real. 
Tell me how it is 

to wander into the unknown 

protected with only thought of the past 
Please write 

if you overcome fears 

reach happiness 

find the end of the rainbow, 
Have I given 

you the strength you gave me 

to tame the lions in your thoughts? 
Once 

you said you'd never leave 

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O.K. 
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LIFE IS A SERIES OF HELLOS AND GOODBYES 
I'M AFRAID IT'S TIME FOR GOODBYE AGAIN. 



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"WE'LL THE FIRST DAYS ARE THE HARDEST DAYS, 
DON'T YOU WORRY ANYMORE " ... MY BABY DOES 
THE HANKY PANKY . . . L.A.V. . . . ADAM DEVINES . . . 
BREWSTER . . . MAINE AND B.A. 86,87,88 . . . "LETS 

GET + " ... BE MADONNA . . .DAVE AND DAVE 

... I HAVE ONLY ONE THING TO SAY: NA, NA, NA . . . 
OKAY, SO, SHE'S A DOG . . . HELIUM ... MY BUDDY 
WEISER . . . THE BOWL . . . THE VINEYARD . . . THUMB- 
MASTER . . . WORD UP . . . BROCK AND JOSH . . . 
ROCKIN ROBIN, TWEET, TWEET, TWEET ... IF YOU 
CAN DREAM IT, YOU CAN DO IT . . . EXCUSE ME OC- 
CIFFER? . . . TOGA HAWIIAN . . . "I'M A SMOKING BA- 
NANA" . . . BON JOVI (P) . . . STICK DEER . . . BFD . . . 
CHIMO INN . . . HULL, MOUSE, FIRECRACKER, CUP OF 
CAKE? PIECE OF COFFEE? . . . DANGER: ROAD ENDS 
. . . "I'M JOLTED" . . . NEW YEARS (4:00) . . . POOL AT 2 
. . . HOCKEY SEASONS . . . P.R.S. . . . SKAFIDIS . . . 
PITS . . .THE STALL, THE SURVEY . . . 4TH OF JULY . . . 
FLORIDIA WITH AL AND BUTT . . . IT'S COOL TO CHILL 
IN FOREIGN PLACES . . . ROB MILLEN! . . . EVERYTHING 
IS GOING TO BE ALLRIGHT AND WHEN IT'S OVER, 
WE'RE ALL GOING TO THE HOUSE OF PANCAKES . . . 
WOODIES . . . BICKFORDS ... IT, THAT, VOID & NEVER . . . 



Best of times 








MARTHA'S VINEYARD 



WINTER, SPRING, SUMMER OR FALL, ALL YOU'VE 

GOT TO DO IS CALL AND I'LL BE THERE, YOU'VE GOT 

A FRIEND. 

DON'T LET THE PAST REMIND US OF WHAT WE ARE 

NOT NOW. 

IF YOU CAN'T BE WITH THE ONE YOU LOVE, LOVE THE 

ONE YOUR WITH. 

I HOPE YOU FIND A LOT OF NICE FRIENDS OUT 

THERE, BUT JUST REMEMBERTHERES A LOT OF BAD 

AND BEWARE. 

TAKE IT TO THE GOOD TIMES, SEE IT THROUGH THE 

BAD TIMES, WHEREVER IT IS, IS WHERE I'M GOING 

TO. 

I COULD HAVE DONE SO MANY THINGS IF I COULD 

ONLY STOP MY MIND, FROM WONDERING WHAT I 

LEFT BEHIND AND FOR WORRYING ABOUT THIS 

WASTED TIME! 



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Congratulations to the Class of 1 988 

DEVIN & DROHAN, 

P.C. 



Attorneys at Law 

1 75 Derby Street Suite 30 

Hingham, Massachusetts 02043 

Telephone: (617) 749-7200 



Robert L. Devin 

David H. Drohan 

James M. Hughes 

Christopher S. Pitt 

Elizabeth A. Marling 



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John and Patricia Gannon 



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THE DEVIN FAMILY 



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"I'll reach out my hand to you, I'll have faith in all you do. Just call my name and I'll be there ... 1 

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Dedicated with love to Katherine Beal from her 
parents, Connie and Eliot. 

SUCCESS 
To laugh often and much; to win the respect of 
intelligent people and affection of children; to earn 
the appreciation of honest critics and endure the 
betrayal of false friends; to appreciate beauty, to find 
the best in others; to leave the world a bit better, 
whether by a healthy child, a garden patch or a 
redeemed social condition; to know even one life has 
breathed easier because you have lived. This is to 
have succeeded. 

— Ralph Waldo Emerson 



CONGRATULATIONS 
CLASS OF 1 988 



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organized crime informant. To protect tiis 

Identity, we've placed him in a daricened 

studio— so lef s go to tiim now." 



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